Apple software is fairly busy as far as it is concerned, alongside the iTunes 11.2.2 release to the general public on Windows and Mac, just seeded OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks to developers. Now, at this point we have got nothing on what actually the new software update is packed into the latest beta, but with the recently-released OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks having proved problematic for some users – especially those running the all-new Mac Pro – lets hoping that Apple has worked on refining the overall experience altogether.
Apple seeds the first OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 Beta to developers, approximately two weeks after releasing OS X 10.9.3 to the public, and as mentioned above, it is unclear what improvements the 10.9.4 update will bring to Mavericks, but likely to include bug fixes and stability enhancements. It is also unknown when this beta might be released to public either.
The is the seed that rolled out to registered Mac developers, just before Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote next week, and hopefully, some of the key details reagrding OS X 10.10 wsill unravel. Although the Apple’s desktop platform is all set for an iOS 7-esque design overahaul this time around, and the features and general user experience looks largely remain unchanged.
Mavericks 10.9.3 update, finally added enhanced support for 4k displays and restored the ability to sync Contacts and Calendars between Mac and iOS devices over USB. In fact that OS X 10.9.4 already in beta, developers will surely be flocking to this bew beta, which we presume contains a variety of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Remind you that we’re just five days away from the first beta of OS X 10.10, and the start of yet another significant chapter in the Mac software’s life cycle.
In order to get involved with OS X betas, developers required to sign up to the Developers Program, a paid service with a $99 annual fee. But thanks to the introduction of the OS X Beta Seed Program, which came out last month, lets you non-developer to testify betas without paying any dime.
Regarding, you will need to have an Apple ID, and once you’ve signed up, you can grab the beta through the Mac App Store app. Regular Apple Developers, as ever, can pick up OS X 10.9.4 beta 13E9 from Mac Dev Center as always did.
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