Apple released the first update to Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) today. According to the release notes, Mac OS X 10.2.1 “delivers enhancements and improvements to the following applications, technologies and components: Mail, Image Capture, Help Viewer, graphics, printing, networking, Rendezvous, Kerberos, USB, FireWire, SCSI device compatibility and includes additional Digital Hub peripheral device support.” Specifically, the update addresses a very large number of compatibility issues, bug fixes, and other feature enhancements. A few of these include compatibility with certain (SCSI-based) scanners, improvements in potential situations in which a Web page’s graphics could take an unexpectedly long time to appear in a browser window, elimination of various potential kernel panic situations, and much more.