Apple seeds a pair of OS X Mavericks updates internally


I hope this comes out soon. 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 says:

    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 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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