Unintended consequences, though Apple surely knew the news would get out. OS X 10.9.4 13E9 has been seeded to devs and, therein, some guy discovered references to three unreleased iMac models, seemingly confirming the imminent release of a new low-cost Apple all-in-one.
• Mac-81E3E92DD6088272.plist / iMac15,1 (IGPU only)
• Mac-42FD25EABCABB274.plist / iMac15,n (IGPU/GFX0/Apple display with id 0xAE03)
• Mac-FA842E06C61E91C5.plist / iMac15,n (IGPU/GFX0/Apple display with id 0xAE03)
Could this be the rumored cheap iMac we’ve been hearing could arrive at WWDC 2014? Hmm, could be.
Apparently not spotted inside OS X 10.9.4 were any references to updated Mac mini models, drat.
Otherwise, little to nothing is known about what OS X 10.9.4 will offer, though bug fixes are a certainty.
A week after Apple shipped iTunes 11.2.1 to fix the missing “users” folder issue, iTunes 11.2.2 has shipped to everyone, as well, though here there is little doubt what Apple’s up to. This iTunes update “includes several stability improvements.”
Have you and/or your friends been crawling around inside OS X 10.9.4? Well, spill…