Apple made available this Monday OS X 10.9.1, the first update for the latest version of its operating system Mavericks. This improves the stability of the OS on Macs and is recommended for all users of compatible computers.
As a reminder, Mavericks (OS X 10.9) has been available since the end of October and brings new features such as the integration of Maps, iBooks as well as several evolutions for the Finder or for Safari.
This update to OS X 10.9.1 brings:
- improved support for Gmail in OS X Mail and problem solving for users with custom Gmail settings;
- improved reliability of smart mailboxes and search in Mail;
- an issue that prevented contact groups from functioning normally in Mail;
- Fixed an issue preventing the VoiceOver screen reader from speaking sentences containing Emoji characters.
- Fixed an issue preventing iLife and iWork applications from updating on international editions of OS X
- the periodic update of the sharing links when they are open in the sidebar of the Safari browser.
In addition, Safari goes to version 7.0.1 with a better automatic filling mechanism for credit cards as well as patches allowing better loading of certain websites.
This update is available for download via the Mac App Store. To learn more about the latter, see the following page: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6065?viewlocale=fr_FR