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Fimeg

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Jun 12, 2013
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I was hoping there was a thread for this and didn't see one. I'm installing it now. Can anyone comment on the results thus far?
 

Cofresi

macrumors newbie
Oct 14, 2013
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Where did you get the update? I don't think is available yet throughout the apple store.
 
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tywebb13

macrumors 68030
Apr 21, 2012
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I still can't get it to download for me.

Just get the mavericks seed configuration utility from the mac dev center, install it and then 10.9.1 build 13B27 will appear in Updates in the mac app store.

If it is not showing up in safari, use a different browser.

Then just download and install 10.9.1 from the mac app store. Don't forget to copy the installer somewhere before the computer restarts if you want to keep it, because otherwise it will delete itself.

If the mac app store isn't working properly, there is a direct link available in apple's developer forums (which unfortunately we can't post here because it would breach macrumors rules). If you download it that way with google chrome, you can double click and install.
 
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pickaxe

macrumors 6502a
Nov 29, 2012
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Maybe this is the placebo effect at work, but apps seem to launch considerably faster on 10.9.1 (on a MacBook Air with a PCIe SSD)
 
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Julien

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Jun 30, 2007
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So far everything seems about the same. I have a Gmail account as a secondary and has been hit and miss about getting emails (usually a day or 2 late). I did get a couple delivered that had been "missing" in 10.9
 
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jonasdamn

macrumors 6502a
Mar 4, 2013
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So far everything seems about the same. I have a Gmail account as a secondary and has been hit and miss about getting emails (usually a day or 2 late). I did get a couple delivered that had been "missing" in 10.9

maybe you have iPod shuffle and could check if voiceover kit can be installed? :) thanks
 
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Mac.User

macrumors 6502
Aug 25, 2013
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Just get the mavericks seed configuration utility from the mac dev center, install it and then 10.9.1 build 13B27 will appear in Updates in the mac app store.

If it is not showing up in safari, use a different browser.

Then just download and install 10.9.1 from the mac app store. Don't forget to copy the installer somewhere before the computer restarts if you want to keep it, because otherwise it will delete itself.

If the mac app store isn't working properly, there is a direct link available in apple's developer forums (which unfortunately we can't post here because it would breach macrumors rules). If you download it that way with google chrome, you can double click and install.

You need to be able to SEE the dev center downloads to be able to do that. In Chrome I get a session timed out error. I won't but Firefox on my machine.
 
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faneos

macrumors member
Jul 26, 2012
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No fix in this update for bug in GPU power management doesn't throttle down:mad:
 
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TeToslaw

macrumors regular
Jun 17, 2013
113
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"If it is not showing up in safari, use a different browser"

Or shut down and reopen Safari :)
 
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Fimeg

macrumors regular
Original poster
Jun 12, 2013
150
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With 10.9.1 the double status bar is back, i.e., the clock, Time Machine icon, wifi, bluetooth, etc are all doubled. Interesting thing is that I wasn't using a second monitor. It happened when I plugged in my thunderbolt ethernet.
 
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