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OS X 10.9 Mavericks Won’t Be Late [See the Demo Again]

9 September 2013 489 views No Comment

Apple said at WWDC that OS X 10.9 would ship this Fall. And, the latest rumor posits that Apple will keep its word with a late October release.

For those of you keeping score at home, Apple previously announced that OS X 10.9 Mavericks, their upcoming Mac desktop operating system update, would ship this Fall. And, the latest rumor posits that Apple will keep its word with a late October release.

According to rumor wünder kind Mark Gurman, Apple will release OS X 10.9 Mavericks, at the end of October, which is very much inline with the company’s announced plans.

“For those of you developers, we have a preview available for you, today,” said Apple Senior VP software Craig Federighi at WWDC 2013. “And, for everyone else, in the general public, you’ll be getting the final release this Fall.”

In the mean time, remuse yourself with Federighi’s WWDC OS X Mavericks introduction, which is both informative and entertaining — Craig’s a funny guy.

Looking forward to OS X 10.9? What features have captured your imagination — performance, Finder tabs, Safari Power Saver, improved Notifications, etc?

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