Apple has just released a small update dealing with a Mail issue in OS X Yosemite. Users of Developer Preview 8 or the public beta program can download the software now from the Mac App Store.
According to Apple, the new software fixes an issue that may prevent users from composing a message. It is recommended for all users.
Both the latest developer preview and public beta version were released last Monday.
The software is expected to arrive to the general public for free sometime in late October. We’re likely to hear more information regarding OS X 10.10, new iPads, and more at a media event next month.
OS X Yosemite was originally unveiled back at WWDC in June. It features a major UI refresh, similar to what was found in iOS 7.
The OS also offers a number of integration features with the recently released iOS 8, including SMS Continuity and Handoff.
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