Apple Releases OS X 10.9.1 Into The Wild

After weeks of beta testing Apple has finally released OS X 10.9.1 into the wild with various bug fixes that bring performance and stability improvements. Apple recommends that everyone update to OS X 10.9.1 as the changes it brings about will have a significant impact on the experience of Mavericks as a whole.OS X 10.9.1 Release

You can take a look at the changelog for OS X 10.9.1 below:

  • Improved support for Gmail in OS X mail, and fixes for users with custom Gmail settings
  • Improves the reliability of Smart Mailboxes and search in Mail
  • Fixes an issue that prevented contact groups from working properly in Mail
  • Resolves an issue that prevented VoiceOver from speaking sentences that contain emoji
  • Updates Shared Links periodically when open in the Safari Sidebar

It is worth noting that there is no difference between the final version of OS X 10.9.1 and the last beta seed when it comes to features.

Let us know if OS X 10.9.1 fixes any of the issues you have been experiencing with Mavericks in the comments section below.

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  • deborinquen

    I hesitantly upgraded my mid-2012 MacBook Pro to Mavericks and found it to be a little slower than with Mountain Lion. I also hate the iOS 7ish (since I loath iOS 7…Jailbreak, please!) feel to many apps. I just upgraded to 10.9.1 with the hope that my perception of Mavericks sluggishness will change but I am not sure I want to upgrade my 2013 MacBook Air to it.

  • Harry

    I agree i updated my mid 2012 mac mini from Mountain Lion and it is slower and I havent seen or experienced any significant changes/changes that I would actually need