Last Wednesday, Apple released OS X 10.9.5, along with the release of iOS 8 to iPhone and iPad users. The OS X 10.9.5 is said to be the last non-security update for Mavericks, just weeks before Apple will ship the successor, Yosemite. By detailed inner tests, iDeer Blu-ray Player is proved to be fully compatible to OS X 10.9.5, which means on the latest OS version, the Blu-ray playback is completely supported by iDeer Blu-ray Player.
This update for Mavericks included a few non-security changes, such as reliability improvements to VPNs (virtual private networks) and accessing files on an SMB (server message block) server. Apple patched 45 security vulnerabilities in 10.9.5 and a separate update for older editions of OS X. Most of the fixes were for critical flaws.The fixes were included with 10.9.5 for Mavericks users, and bundled into Security Update 2014-004 for those running its predecessors, 2012's Mountain Lion and 2011's Lion.
Mac users can feel assured to make the update, and the blu-ray playback from iDeer’s support have no affect at all. iDeer Blu-ray Player is a Blu-ray media player officially authorized by BDA (Blu-ray Disc Association). It brings smooth Blu-ray playback to users on Windows PC and Mac without any trouble. Most video and audio formats are supported as well, including DVD,CD, MOV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, etc.
Based on constant improvement, iDeer Blu-ray Player has become one of the best Blu-ray player applications, which is powerful and multi-functional.The 1080p video and DTS 5.1 audio systems were included to get a better audiovisual experience. AirX technology makes it possible for users to watch movies on mobile devices, such as iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, etc. In 2013, Cinavia protection was also solved to support more movies. For more information about iDeer Blu-ray Player, please enter http://www.ideerapp.com/features.html.
If users find the Blu-ray playback on Mac updated system is hard to realize, just download the latest version of iDeer Blu-ray Player and have a try, the playback issues will be solved quickly.