Far from relaxing after the release of Snow Leopard , Apple seems to be working on fixing the bugs found so far in Mac OS X version 10.6 to release a first system update as quickly as possible.
Thus, the company began distributing the first builds of Mac OS X 10.6.1 on September 1st, just four days after the official release. So far only a small group of developers has had access to it, but if Apple stays true to tradition, the other developers registered in the Apple Developer Connection should be able to get their hands on it in a week or two at the latest.
We may know more when this happens but for now the documentation for this new version is quite limited. Among the problems that are expected to be solved are a good number of incompatibilities with applications and printers (although it’s probably not in Apple’s hands to do anything about it other than encourage other companies to update their drivers and applications as well), or more specifically, a system error Cisco VPN integrated into Snow Leopard.