We noted on Friday that the Software Update version of OS X 10.7.3 had a slight tendency towards crashing, to put it kindly. Seems like Apple agrees; they've pulled the software update version of the patch, although it's still available as a full combo update. Macrumors reports on the Delta update being pulled, noting that the full update — from which there haven't been reports of the CUI graphics bug error — is still available, but at the cost of quite a bit more data download to deal with; it weighs in at a crunchy 1.3GB. Also, for those who like a little early hilarity, it looks like the support page for the update is down as well. [Macrumors]
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