Only a few days ago, Apple released two OS X Mavericks updates for internal testing, and the company appears to be making changes to individual applications in the software as well. Earlier this week, Apple released an iBooks update for OS X with a number of bug fixes and stability improvements.
It is unclear exactly what specific bugs Apple addressed in the iBooks for Mac app, but it apparently wasn’t a big enough issue to draw public attention.
Apple has also released two EFI firmware updates for both the 13-inch and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros, as well as a fix for some issues with the Mail app.
Apple has really been on top of updates in recent weeks, and has even released several updates for OS X Mavericks and iOS 7. With the release of one update, it seems Apple is already working to identify and address issues for the next one. So far, Tim Cook’s Apple appears to be very efficient, and is holding itself accountable for releasing timely updates.