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  • Apple Reportedly Seeds Two New Mavericks Updates to Employees for Testing

    Apple has internally seeded two upcoming updates to Mavericks, OS X 10.9.1 and OS X 10.9.2, to its employees recently. According to the folks over at 9to5Mac, OS X 10.9.1 nicknamed “Board,” will be released later in the month to fix several bugs introduced with OS X 10.9. Since the release of Mavericks, several users are reporting different issues with the Mail app, mostly related to Gmail accounts. Apple has already seeded an updated Mail app to its employees and AppleSeed members, and it’s possible that a Mail fix could be bundled into the next public Mavericks release. Apple is said to be preparing for issues within Safari, iBooks and Remote Desktop.

    Nicknamed “Carve,” OS X 10.9.2 is also said to be in testing with Apple’s software engineering teams, adding minor feature enhancements and additional bug fixes after the 10.9.1 update. The following was mentioned regarding the 10.9.2 update:

    Also in testing, the source said, is OS X 10.9.2. That release is codenamed "Carve," and it's likely to include more bug fixes, and perhaps minor feature enhancements. Both OS X 10.7.2 and OS X 10.8.2 were updates to Lion and Mountain Lion designed to increase feature-parity between iOS and OS X. OS X Mavericks is currently lacking support for iOS's iMessage blocking feature and FaceTime Audio, so it seems plausible that OS X 10.9.2 could add those features.
    Apple is supposedly continuing work on the next iteration of OS X, 10.10, which has been seeded internally. The next iteration of OS X is said to alter the look of the operating system as a whole and bring it in line with iOS 7.

    For those of you who have been following the news, in addition to Mavericks updates, Apple is also testing iOS 7 updates too. As reported earlier, some devices running iOS 7.0.4 have started to surface, suggesting that the next minor update to iOS 7 could be around the corner.

    Source: 9to5Mac
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