Following the recent Beta release of iOS 7.1 to developers, Apple has issued the first Beta of OS X 10.9.1 to developers to keep them busy with their testing.
The Beta addresses various issues users have been reporting since the release of the new Mavericks OS X Apple demonstrated at WWDC.
One of the major issues which OS X 10.9.1 addresses is the problems with the stock Mail App and Gmail integration. There were issues where mail wouldn’t correctly send and receive, folders were not synced properly, and mail just sometimes went missing. Apple were very vocal about the issues and have delivered on their promise to resolve the issue.
- Fixes an issue that prevents deleting, moving, and archiving messages for users with custom Gmail settings
- Addresses an issue that may cause unread counts to be inaccurate
- Includes additional fixes that improve the compatibility and stability of Mail
Mavericks OS X 10.9.1 Update
In addition, OS X 10.9.1 addresses issues with graphics drivers and VoiceOver – two areas which developers were asked to focus on during testing.
The incremental OS X 10.9.1 update to Mavericks is available on the Mac Dev Center for download now. There’s no word on a public release, but hopefully it will appear in our updates section pretty soon, providing no major issues are reported by developers.
If you’re a developer let us know what you think of the OS X 10.9.1 update to Mavericks and if it fixes issues you were experiencing.