Apple musing updates to mute multitude of Mavericks mishaps?

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Apple is apparently preparing a series of updates to major Mac OS X Mavericks applications in an effort to settle a few of the early issues individuals have actually been experiencing within the brand name brand-new os.

In addition to a boost that’ll free the default Mail app of an issue with Gmail, Apple also appears to be outlining updates for the brand-new iBooks app, the Safari internet browser and the Remote Desktop Customer app.

9to5Mac reports the iBooks 1.01 and Safari 7.01 updates will do some basic insect squishing and improve efficiency for the brand-new attributes introduced within Mavericks.

According to the accompanying text for updates already seeded to Apple staff members, the Remote Desktop Customer 3.7.1 upgrade is ‘recommended for all Apple Remote Desktop clients and addresses numerous problems connected to overall dependability, functionality and compatibility.’

Radio silence

However, those issues seemingly are not all that’s interrupting the experience of Mac OS X Mavericks individuals. Reports this weekend highlighted cases where individuals had actually lost audio after waking Macs from rest.

Last week, Apple admitted owners of some brand brand-new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina screen laptops had been experiencing problems with their keyboard and trackpads freezing.

The company issued a temporary workaround for that certain issue, but revealed a full fix for the software-related issue is forthcoming.

At the moment, it stays unclear whether these updates, in addition to Mail, will be provided as part of Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 or dispersed to users as standalone updates.

Is all right worldwide of Mavericks on your Mac? Let’s understand if you’ve actually been experiencing any of the above problems in the comments area below.