Apple Mac OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks released

Apple has released the final version of OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks to the public. While the Apple community is eagerly awaiting the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8, its good to see that Apple hasn't forgotten their older platforms.

As implied by the build number, the update is a rather rudimentary one, with fixes to Wi-Fi and a slight bump for Safari, along with a few other improvements and bug fixes.

The Apple OS X 10.9.4 update comes with the 13E28 build number and corrects an issue relating to Wi-Fi. As reported by some users, Macs have been struggling to auto-connect to known Wi-Fi networks, but upon updating to this new build, affected users should that this problem has been fixed.

A couple of other minor fixes have also been bundled in, including improved reliability when waking up from sleep mode, and Safari, the company’s main browser, now sits at version 7.0.5.

You can download the update directly on your Mac by heading to the Mac App Store. If you come across any new features not mentioned in the changelog feel free to mention it in the comments section below.

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The OS X 10.9.4 release comes alongside iOS 7.1.2 which was released today for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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