On Wednesday, October 21st, the company Apple officially released OS X 10.11.1 to the public version. This update was primarily focused on fixing and improving performance. However, it also includes support for the latest version of Unicode, along with new emojis like middle finger, tacos and more.
The update can be installed via Mac App Store in the Updates tab. Here is the official changelog from Apple:
- Improved installer updating to OS X El Capitan;
- Improved compatibility with Microsoft Office 2016;
- Fixed a bug due to which information about the outgoing mail server could be missing in Mail;
- Fixed a bug due to which messages and mailboxes could not be displayed in Mail;
- Fixed a bug due to which some plugins worked incorrectly Audi o Unit;
- Improved VoiceOver stability;
- Added over 150 new emojis fully supporting Unicode 7.0 and 8.0.
This update fixed major issues with Microsoft Office2016 that many El Capitan users were experiencing. The new software also includes fixes for the Mail application.