Apple Releases OS X 10.9.4 With Wi-Fi Fixes, Wake From Sleep Improvements, Safari 7.0.5

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    Apple today released OS X 10.9.4 after just a month of testing and a month and a half after the release of OS X 10.9.3. The last 10.9.4 developer beta, build 13E25, was released last week.

    The update, which is recommended for all Mavericks users, improves reliability of wake from sleep and fixes an issue that prevented some Macs from automatically connecting to known Wi-Fi networks. Today's update also includes Safari 7.0.5.
    OS X 10.9.4 can be downloaded through the software update function in the Mac App Store or through the following links:

    - OS X Mavericks Update v10.9.4 (283 MB)
    - OS X Mavericks Update v10.9.4 (Combo) (958.2 MB)

    Apple has also released security updates for OS X Mountain Lion and Lion:

    - Security Update 2014-003 (Mountain Lion) (139.3 MB)

    - Security Update 2014-003 (Lion) (134 MB)
    - Security Update 2014-003 Server (Lion) (184.3 MB)

    Article Link: Apple Releases OS X 10.9.4 With Wi-Fi Fixes, Wake From Sleep Improvements, Safari 7.0.5
     
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    Hopes that next time will be the release of 10.10!
     
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    I wonder if they will seed a 10.9.5 beta? They went up to 10.7.5 and 10.8.5, so why not fix even more bugs and release 10.9.5?
     
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    Crossing fingers for my 2013 MacPro 12 core with the D700's.

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    FINALLY! My work iMac (late 2012 27") has been suffering from this bug for a really long time. It seemed like it had briefly gone away for a month or two this Spring but came back several weeks ago. Every time I would bring the system back up, it would also turn off iCloud Document Sync which would make all of my Coda 2 sites disappear. It is literally the worst bug I've ever had with a Mac and nearly drove me crazy having to login again and try to pick up where I left off each time.
     
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    I was exciting thinking this was the Yosemite Dev Preview 3
     
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    My life is so lame that this and 7.1.2 is the most exciting thing to happen all day.
     
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    Sleep has been bad for me, unmounting drives incorrectly and when waking up it would just be a black screen, almost like the monitor wasn't turning on.
     
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    wake from sleep is way snappier for me. instantaneous, as it always should have been on the 2013 air
     
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    It was an update to ML as well, security update 2014 003 + Safari 6.1.5

    all in all 192 mb
     
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    I'll be interested to see if this fixes a recent intermittent issue with my Mac Pro, where upon booting the screen looks like a Magic Eye drawing and the system is frozen. If not, it's off to the Genius Bar...
     
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    OK, where is the 10.9.4 Combo update? I have searched for it and come up with nothing. Strange.
     
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    Any word if this fixes the issues with the 2013 MacPro 12 core with the two D700. Adobe Premiere is displaying pink lines when exporting.
     
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    Wifi is much SNAPPIER !

    I believe that this may have fixed all of the lagging wifi connectivity issues I had with my iMac. Have been using the update for just an hour or so, but immediately this feels much faster and more reliable, Does anyone else agree ?

    Scott

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    No 10.9.4 download

    I too cannot find it. I have three Macs to update and I don’t want to download it three times via the App Store. Only 10.9.3 is shown. Come on Apple wake up!
     
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    Does this fix the issue where USB drives are unmounted when waking from sleep? For example, you have a USB drive connected, close the lid/sleep, then on wake there's a message in the upper right corner that the drive was improperly disconnected?

    Thanks
     
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    I think I'll finally upgrade my computers from 10.8 to 10.9 :).
     
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    I am also interested in the combo update, but the size shouldn't be a problem. On my iMac it was 35MB and on my rMBP a little less than 100MB.
     
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    After updating to 10.9.4, the display on my 13" lappy somehow changed to "Scaled" so I had a weird wide-screen resolution meant for a huge monitor. Had to put it back to "Best for Display"

    Other than that... everything else seems to check out.
     
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    Safari still loads up till a certain point and loads completely after like 5 seconds.
    I hope Yosemite will fix this bug.
     
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