After releasing iTunes 11.2 and OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 update only yesterday, Apple has now released iTunes 11.2.1 update to quickly address /Users folder missing bug that plagued those running the latest OS X 10.9.3 release.
OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks is out already to public after several developer-only betas, but like most new pieces of software, some early adopters have encountered one or two issues along the way. Notably, there’s a problem with the ‘/Users’ folder being grayed-out or hidden inaccessibly, but while this little caveat has left some folks positively stumped, there is, thankfully, a quick, effective and permanent solution. Below, we’ll run through the remedial steps, so if you’ve run into this roadblock, join us after the fold.
Hot on the heels of Apple's latest OS X Mavericks seed to registered developers, it is being reported that Apple is close to releasing OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 to the public. Tuesday's 13D55 beta seed that landed in the inboxes of interested parties marked the continuation of OS X and gave developers a chance to test and give feedback on the latest features and improvements to be added. The latest reports are suggesting that Apple is happy with the progression of the test firmware and will be in a position to publicly release the update very soon.
After pulling together internal resources and rushing out a public release of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 download to fix the infamous "goto fail" security flaw, Apple has today made another Mavericks related launch.