Apple released a new build of OS X 10.7.3 to developers late Tuesday and it is generally believed that this will be the final build before the public release. The build, 11D46, comes just one week after the previous developer release of the incremental update to both Apple’s consumer operating system and server software.
The seed notes identify no known issues, but ask developers to focus testing on iCloud Document Storage, Address Book, iCal, Mail, Spotlight, and Safari.
Of note, the size of the update has increased slightly, with the previous build weighing in at 989.75 MB for the delta update and the new build at 996.98 MB.
Apple, in keeping with tradition, has not announced a date for general availability but registered developers can try out this latest version of 10.7.3 now by accessing the Mac Developer Center.