Some analysts and Mac users expected Apple to use Tuesday’s iPhone event to announce the availability of the OS X Mavericks 10.9 Gold Master seed for registered developers. It didn’t happen. The general acceptance is that the Cupertino based company applied all of its collective efforts and resources into ensuring that iOS 7 and the two new iPhone models were launched without issue. We now expect OS X 10.9 to land next month at some point, but for those who simply can’t wait for new stuff, Apple has today pushed out a point version of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 that fixes a number of niggling issues.

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