Apple yesterday released the latest version of Mac OS X. Version 10.8.3 has been in beta since early December, and is a typical bug fix/security fix update. Also of note is that Boot Camp now natively supports Windows 8. Boot Camp allows for users to easily install Windows with the appropriate drivers. Overall, the OS X 10.8.3 update is just another step on the road to a more stable OS.
Incidentally, there could be an announcement about OS X 10.9 any day now — Apple moved to a yearly update cycle last year. Mountain Lion was announced early last year, but was released in late July after Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, traditionally held in early summer.