I have to get this off my chest. I can’t be the only one who’s bugged by the fact that Apple‘s recent update to OS X 10.4.9 moved the OS to version 10.4.10. Anyone who’s ever taught math (and evidently whoever writes the logic for Apple’s installer programs) knows that 10.4.10 = 10.4.1 which is clearly a step backwards.
Maybe they should have considered 10.4.95 or 10.4.9.1. I’m sure this is commonly done with version numbers, but anything would have been better (and more mathematically correct!) than going from 10.4.9 to 10.4.10.
I don’t think this will detract from the iPhone hype today, but it sure feels good to get that out of my system.