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Apple Seeds OS X 10.9.2 13C32 to Devs

20 December 2013 258 views 4 Comments

With the release of OS X 10.9.1 and the 2013 Mac Pro, it has been one heckuva week and now Apple’s capping it off with the first developer beta of OS X 10.9.2. In addition to a number of unlisted bug fixes, this Mavericks update brings minor new features.

Perhaps the most anticipated new feature in OS X 10.9.2 is FaceTime audio calling (image above), which Apple first delivered in iOS 7 back in September.

• OS X 10.9.2 13C32
— FaceTime audio now available and integrated into Messages and FaceTime
— Mail 7.2: Minor Tweaks

As shown below, FaceTime audio calling is also integrated into the OS X Messages app, a minor if nice touch that brings us a little closer to high-level chat-voip-video chat integration we enjoyed with iChat.

That said, Apple is asking developers to focus their testing on Mail, Messages, Graphics Drivers, VoiceOver and VPN.

OS X 10.9.2 is available to registered developers on the Apple Developer Website.

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  • Desmond Foulger said:

    Would be very interested to know what driversare being added/updated/modified

  • DaveR said:

    Any fix for the dock color problem? (too light, poor contrast w/icons). I tried the DockMod beta for Mavericks, and while it is quite powerful for changing the various gradients on the surfaces of the dock, it has a bug related to the visual appearance when the dock is on the side (weird shading that obscures icons near the bottom).

  • the rocr (author) said:

    Not that I’ve seen or heard mention of.

  • the rocr (author) said:

    @Desmond — Graphic drivers are listed among the dev focus items. Haven’t found/seen a listing of specific changes coming in 10.9.2.

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