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NewsPoster Jun 30, 2014 02:59 PM
OS X 10.9.4 goes live, fixes problems with Wi-Fi, waking from sleep
In addition to <a href="http://www.electronista.com/articles/14/06/30/deals.with.missing.encryption.for.mail.attachments/">iOS 7.1.2</a>, Apple has issued the final version of OS X 10.9.4 via Mavericks' Software Update feature. Like its sibling, v10.9.4 deals exclusively with bugfixes. It solves a glitch preventing Macs from automatically connecting to recognized Wi-Fi networks, as well as the reliability of waking a computer from sleep mode.<br /><br />Bundled with the update is Safari 7.0.5, a new version of Apple's browser software. 10.9.4 may be the last (or second-to-last) major update for Mavericks, since OS X Yosemite is due sometime this fall, presumably in September or October.
 
Steve Wilkinson Jun 30, 2014 03:34 PM
Gosh, I hope they finally got to the core of the WiFi connection after wake with Bluetooth enabled bug. They've been releasing fixes for that since like 2006.
 
jpellino Jun 30, 2014 09:19 PM
Safari 7.0.5 still doesn't include the WebKit Javascript LLVM - it's still only 66% of the speed of the June 19 nightly build. Looks like we wait for Yosemite for this boost.
 
akent35 Jul 1, 2014 01:02 AM
Instead of using Software Update, I did a google search for "Mavericks V10.9.4 Combo Update", and I got at least one "hit". It is downloading as I write this. I have always preferred the Combo update.
 
msuper69 Jul 1, 2014 01:42 AM
akent35: You're putting yourself at risk if you download updates from anywhere but an Apple site.
 
akent35 Jul 1, 2014 01:44 AM
Quote, Originally Posted by msuper69 (Post 4282394)
akent35: You're putting yourself at risk if you download updates from anywhere but an Apple site.
It is from Apple's site. I actually tried the same phrase for a search on Apple's site, but no luck. google was obviously better!
 
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