In case your notifications are turned off (gasp) or you've simply not noticed them, next time you launch the Mac App Store on your Mac you'll be able to download the latest update to Logic Pro X.
We're not talking new features here, but a very swiftly released update which fixes one issue specific to the 10.0.2 update and another niggling (though minor) MIDI region parameters error.
All in all, though there are still some bugs being talked about across the inter webs which haven't yet been addressed, the speed and frequency by which these updates are being released gives yours truly cause to believe the Logic team are on the case and going through the bug squashing routine as quickly as they can.
Here's the details from Apple on what's been fixed:
Logic Pro X 10.0.3 update
- Addresses an issue introduced in Logic Pro 10.0.2 in which Logic Pro would quit unexpectedly when a multi-output instance of a Software Instrument plug-in was bypassed.
- Fixes an issue in which default MIDI region parameters in songs created in earlier versions of Logic might be set to incorrect values when opened in Logic Pro X.