After several betas, Apple made available last night OS X 10.9.2, the second update of its operating system OS X Mavericks. This brings new features and fixes many bugs.
Among other things, this update provides call waiting for FaceTime audio and video calls as well as an improvement in the number of unread emails within the Mail application. In addition, it fixes as expected the flaw related to SSL discovered a few days ago (read: Mac OS X: Apple promises to fix the SSL flaw “very soon”).
Other new features brought by OS X 10.9.2:
- resolution of a problem of non-reception in Mail of new emails from certain suppliers.
- improved auto-fill accounting in Safari.
- Fixed an issue that caused audio distortion on some Macs.
- improved reliability of connection to a file server using SMB2.
- Fixed an issue likely causing VPN disconnections.
- improved VoiceOver navigation in Mail and Finder.
The free OS X 10.9.2 update can be downloaded directly from the Mac App Store. It weighs approximately 450 MB.