Apple seeds a pair of OS X Mavericks updates internally

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William:

I hope this comes out soon. Mail.app is pain.

Originally posted on 9to5Mac:

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Apple has seeded two software upgrades for OS X Mavericks internally, according to a source with knowledge of the upcoming updates. This person says that the updates are labeled as OS X 10.9.1 and OS X 10.9.2. The first update is expected to be released later this month, and it will serve as an update to squash bugs that accompanied the OS X 10.9.0 release of Mavericks last month. Many users have complained about issues relating to the Mail and iBooks applications, and Apple is preparing to release individual bug-fix updates for those apps in the coming days…

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3 thoughts on “Apple seeds a pair of OS X Mavericks updates internally

  1. zoidbert

    I replied to you over @ 9to5mac, but agreed. What is surprising is that no one who tested this internally at Apple had any problems with Mail.

    What’s odder — and I mentioned this at 9to5mac — is that my problems are persistent across multiple apps. I have a “Synchronizing with Server” problem no matter what app I’m using: Mail, Unibox, or Airmail. The activity window (in Mail & Airmail; I don’t see one in Unibox) is constantly active in mapping IMAP folders, even after letting Airmail run for several days.

    The weird thing is that oddities carry over to the iCloud.com website: when I’m logged in and using that for my mail activity, I get constant pauses and rainbow wheels. That didn’t happen before.

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