Download OS X 10.8.2 update for retina Macbook Pros

How to get the 10.8.2 OS X update for retina Macbook Pros

Here's how you can download the 10.8.2 OS X update for the 13 and 15 inch retina Macbook Pros.

1. Open the Mac App Store.

2. Click on the Updates tab.

3. Click on the Update button next to the 10.8.2 OS X update.

4. You'll need to restart your computer to install the 10.8.2 on your retina Macbook Pro.


Here's a list of the features in this update of OS X.


Single sign on for Facebook

Facebook as an option when sharing links and photos

Facebook friends' contact information and profile pictures in Contacts

Facebook notifications in Notification Center

Game Center

Share scores to Facebook, Twitter, Mail, or Messages

Facebook friends are included in Game Center friend recommendations

Facebook Like button for games

Challenge friends to beat your score or achievement

Other New Features

Power Nap support for MacBook Air (Late 2010)

iMessages sent to your phone number now appear in Messages on your Mac

From Safari and Mail on your Mac you can add passes to Passbook on your iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 6

New shared Reminders lists

FaceTime now receives calls sent to your phone number

New sort options allow you to sort notes by title, the date you edited them, and when you created them

Dictation now supports Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Korean, Canadian English, Canadian French, and Italian

The Dictionary application now includes a French definition dictionary

Sina Weibo profile photos can now be added to Contacts

The 10.8.2 update also includes general operating system fixes that improve the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, including the following fixes:

An option to discard the changes in the original document when choosing Save As

Unsent drafts are opened automatically when launching Mail

Receive Twitter notifications for mentions and replies from anyone

URLs are shortened when sending tweets from Notification Center

Notifications are disabled when AirPlay Mirroring is being used

SSL support for Google searches from the Smart Search Field in Safari

New preference to have Safari launch with previously open webpages

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