Even though we're now on the cusp of OS X Yosemite 10.10, it's worth remembering that Mavericks is till the current version of Apple's Mac software, and with reports suggesting that Yosemite won't hit the Mac App Store until mid-to-late October, it's likely to stay that way for at least another month. Thus, Apple has just rolled out OS X Mavericks 10.9.5, and with plenty of bug fixes and general performance enhancements, is worth taking the time to download.
Hot on the heels of Apple's latest OS X Mavericks seed to registered developers, it is being reported that Apple is close to releasing OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 to the public. Tuesday's 13D55 beta seed that landed in the inboxes of interested parties marked the continuation of OS X and gave developers a chance to test and give feedback on the latest features and improvements to be added. The latest reports are suggesting that Apple is happy with the progression of the test firmware and will be in a position to publicly release the update very soon.
After pulling together internal resources and rushing out a public release of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 download to fix the infamous "goto fail" security flaw, Apple has today made another Mavericks related launch.
Apple has finally flipped the switch and made the OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks download available to the end users today. Details on what the update brings and how to download or update can be found below.
Apple's OS X Mavericks was first announced back at this year's WWDC, and although it hasn't really brought any earth-moving changes, it has somewhat enhanced the desktop operating system from last year's Mountain Lion. Having rolled out very recently, work as been ongoing with regards to changes and improvements, and today, Apple has seeded the first OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks beta to developers.
Apple has been seeding various builds of OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 to beta testers and AppleCare employees for a few weeks now, and today the final shipping version has been made available as a free update for all Macs running the latest version of Apple's operating system, OS X Mavericks.
Users all over the world are having their say about the relatively recent revelations of spying and stealth information capture that seems to be standard practice within certain departments. That heightened sense of awareness hasn't been helped by the fact that a keen eyed programmer came across a block of code in Apple's new OS for the Mac - OS X Mavericks - that suggests that the Californian giants are watching us. As we expected, it turns out that jumping to an initial conclusion without all of the evidence generally ends up with the wrong assumption being reached.
Want to install Mac OS X Mavericks Hackintosh on your PC? Thanks to the latest UniBeast release which adds support for Mavericks, you can now have best of both worlds (Windows and Mac) on your Intel-based PC.
Whenever a new OS is released on any platform, there usually lies a series of hidden gems and goodies within, and OS X Mavericks, which released earlier on this week at Apple's special iPad event, is no exception to the rule. As well as the new stock wallpapers, there are 43 "hidden" backgrounds on offer to those on the new, California-themed flavor of OS X, and although they don't necessarily relate to the fruit company's home state, they are still rather easy on the eye. If you are looking for some alternative backdrops for your newly-updated Mac, then check out the details after the jump!
As far as the last twenty-four hours have gone, the news cycle has been dominated by new hardware. New iPads, new MacBook Pros and a new Mac Pro have been enough to take attention away from possibly the biggest thing to ship straight after Apple's media event finished yesterday.