Apple overhauled its iLife suite of apps for the Mac when it launched OS X Mavericks last month. After updating GarageBand for the Mac a few weeks ago with a handful of bug fixes, Apple now is rolling out a new version of iMovie. The remaining iLife app, iPhoto, is likely next on the list as it is the only iLife app that hasn’t been updated this month.
OS X 10.9
Popular Twitter client Tweetbot for the Mac was updated today with a handful of bug fixes and a few new features for OS X Mavericks users. These changes follow an major overhaul of its iOS Twitter client that changed the look and feel of the app. Unfortunately, these design changes remain an iOS-exclusive feature for now.
Apple has seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 (build: 13B27) to developers.
Apple hasn’t provided any details about the features and improvements included in the update.
Apple released OS X Mavericks to the public following its big October special event. Along with a new desktop OS, the company also unveiled updated versions of its popular OS X apps, like GarageBand, iPhoto, and its iWork suite. It also debuted a new app — iBooks for OS X. Now that we are a few weeks out from the launch, the company is starting to roll out the inevitable bug fixes that address minor problems with the software.
Apple is seeding updated versions of iBooks, Safari, Mail and Remote Desktop for Mavericks internally to Apple employees with performance improvements and bug fixes.
After announcing the new OS X Mavericks in June at WWDC 2013. Apple released this latest OS X version to the public last week. With this release, Apple introduced numerous additions that improve the overall experience of the OS. Read on as we take a tour through some of these top features.
At the iPad event earlier this week, Apple announced new versions of iWork and iLife, which it would give away for free with new devices or to existing owners. It appears that Apple is knowingly being very lax in determining which users are eligible for a free upgrade, as even users with pirated or trial copies of old iWork, Aperture or iLife apps have been able to upgrade to the latest version via the Mac App Store.
Apple ships some great wallpapers with every OS X release, but what you might not know is that the company also hides a bunch of awesome wallpapers deep inside the OS, only to use them as screen savers.
Besides OS X, Apple also released version 3.0 of OS X server. The server application is an add-on that you install over OS X Mavericks. It’ll turn any Mavericks machine into a lightweight server that is perfect for a small business, home office or school.