Skip to comments.Apple releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.4
Posted on 06/30/2014 6:01:31 PM PDT by Swordmaker
Apple today released OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 which is recommended for all Mavericks users. It improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.
Fixes an issue that prevented some Macs from automatically connecting to known Wi-Fi networks
Fixes issue causing the background or Apple logo to appear incorrectly on startup
Improves the reliability of waking from sleep
Includes Safari 7.0.5
For detailed information about the security content of this update, see Apple security updates.
“Apple security updates.”
Who woulda thunk it? ;-)
Yes, Apple has security updates. I can assure you that OSX is 100x more secure than any Windows. In addition, Microsoft’s software updater on Mac constantly downloads huge patches for Office. Clearly, Microsoft’s software has structural security issues.
Done with no problems as usual!
If you want on or off the Mac Ping List, Freepmail me.
Apple iOS 7.1.2:
iOS 7.1.2 contains bug fixes and security updates, including:
- Improves iBeacon connectivity and stability
- Fixes a bug with data transfer for some 3rd party accessories, including bar code scanners
- Corrects an issue with data protection class of Mail attachments
Apple iOS for AppleTV release 6.2
Apple today released Apple TV Software Update 6.2 in the following versions:
- Apple TV 2G (AppleTV2,1) version 6.2 (Build 11D257c)
- Apple TV 3G (AppleTV3,1) version 6.2 (Build 11D257c)
- Apple TV 3,2 (AppleTV3,2) version 6.2 (Build 11D257c)
To update your Apple TV to the current software version:
1. Select Settings > General > Update Software. Apple TV checks for an available update; if one is available, a download message should appear.
2. Click Download and Install to start the download process.
Note: Do not disconnect your Apple TV during the update process. The Apple TV status light may flash slowly during the update and restart process. This is expected behavior.
Who allegedly alleged this?
I’m running OS Version 10.6.8 on my late 2008 MacBook. I just doubled the RAM from 2 to 4 GB which is supposed to make it easier for Mavericks to run. But I am concerned that older software programs I use, like Office for Mac 2011, may not be compatible with an upgrade to Mavericks.
You didn’t get a virus on your Mac unless you entered your password to elevate privileges.
- AppleCare and Aplle upgrades are joke
- These jokers cannot even set up “Share my screen” or correct their POP email bugs
Yes! Just got a new MacBookPro and have been waiting for this ;)
The new iPhones are just around the corner!
That is why I will only update the Adobe Flash software manually from their website. However, I was not able to find how to update Adobe AIR manually, so when I open software that uses Adobe AIR I'll get a pop-up window notification to update. In that case, I have entered the password to update it, and hoped that it wasn't a scam.
Thanks for the ping.
I upgraded to the previous version of Mavericks and no problem with Office for Mac 2011.
Thank you! I may give it a whirl. Did you find the latest OS to be an improvement?
Everything seems to work so seamlessly with their products that I seldom notice any differences.
Thanx for the ping. Downloading now.
Even then, it is not a "virus". . . there are a grand total of zero Mac OSX viruses. There are some things that are classified as "malware" and only a few that affect modern OSX Macs. There are seven known families of OSX Trojans with a total of 54 variants, all of which the OSwhich is updated when ever a new variant is discoveredwill protect you against if you let it. That means DON'T ignore the warning when it pops up!
What would cause "some Macs" to exhibit this behavior and not others? They are pretty much identical.