Apple issues Mavericks update to bring Gmail back from the dead

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Apple’s complimentary OS X 10.9 Mavericks upgrade has actually triggered plenty of headaches for people – not least Gmail individuals who’ve actually had to endure misbehaving inboxes since taking the plunge.

The Cupertino-based company has outed a cost-free patch to take care of challenges connected to its Apple Mail app and Gmail accounts, that include mail being inadvertently replicated and unread message tallies seemingly being tweezed out of thin air.

According to Apple, the 32.46 MB upgrade fixes an ‘concern that prevents deleting, moving, and archiving messages for individuals with custom-made Gmail settings’ and ‘addresses a concern that may trigger unread matters to be unreliable’. To install it, you’ll have to head on over to the Mac’s App Establishment, where it needs to be ready and waiting.

Coming unstuck

Apple has likewise provided a software application repair for its brand brand-new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Screen laptops after users experienced freezing keyboards and trackpads.

And there could be more Mavericks-related patches in the works. According to 9to5Mac, Mavericks’ iBooks 1.01 and Safari 7.01 updates are due to bring enhanced performance for new features presented in Apple’s (for now) temperamental OS.

Unfortunately, some Mac owners are still stranded in no-man’s land after setting up the current variation of OS X, including Western Digital external HDD individuals that have actually seen data damaged after updating from Mountain Lion.