The Cupertino-based company reportedly made no mention of any significant changes in Thursday's beta but continued encouraging developers to start working on and testing any 64-bit kernel extensions that their third-party products will require under Snow Leopard.
Apple did list a handful of bugs affecting build 10A335, people familiar with the matter say. Among them were crashes in QuickTime X player, application crashes under Rosetta, problems with Migration Assistant and odd errors being spit out by the new version of Disk Utility.
Apple also seeded a new beta of Snow Leopard Server which includes an update to Podcast Producer which is said to pave the way for picture-in-picture podcasts and remote camera management over the web. AppleInsider also reports a new junk mail filter for Mail Server, improved automated account creation in Calendar Server, and re-written certificate management code in the new beta.