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Apple Testing Mavericks Updates

7 November 2013 870 views 2 Comments

Yes, the OS X Mavericks rollout has been pretty smooth, but there are well-document issues that will be ironed out in a pair of soon-to-be-released Mavericks updates

Yes, the OS X Mavericks rollout has been pretty smooth, but there are well-documented issues that will be ironed out in a pair of soon-to-be-released Mavericks updates. Whereas a standalone Mail 7 update is said to be in the works, Apple is rumored to be internally testing OS X 10.9.1, which will address Safari 7, iBook and Remote Desktop issues, as well.

Mark Gurman, quoting an insider source, writes that Apple is internally testing a pair of Mavericks updates — OS X 10.9.1 (aka Board) and OS X 10.9.2 (aka Carve). While the former will address Mail, Safari, etc bugs, the latter is expected quash any remaining bugs and top up Mavericks feature set with iMessage blocking and FaceTime audio calling.

That said, although Apple is still detailing OS X Mavericks, the company has begun testing OS X 10.10 Syrah. As some have hoped, and others feared, Syrah will bring OS X and iOS even closer together, including flattening of the Mac operating system.

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