What is new and exciting in OS X 10.9.4, Apple’s upcoming Mavericks update? Aside from the usual bug fixes and feature tweaks, as well as fresh mentions of unreleased 2014 iMac models, not one heckuva lot.
To date, mention of three 2014 iMac configurations have appeared in the first dev seed of OS X 10.9.4 and, of course, the developer seed of OS X 10.10. Yosemite. Once, twice, three times a charm?
Probably, but nothing’s for sure until Apple ships it. That said, French Mac fan site MacGeneration claims new iMacs will arrive next week — fingers crossed!
Aside From 2014 iMacs…
OS X 10.9.4 13E16, the second developer seed of this Mavericks update, is available to registered developers via the Mac App Store Software Update feature. It is or will also be available via the Apple Developer Website.
The mothership is asking devs to focus their testing on Graphics Drivers, Safari, Bluetooth, Audio Drivers, Finder and the App Store. For what’s it’s worth, aside from the first two items, the other focus areas are new this time ’round.
Apple has also seeded Safari 6.1.5 for Lion and Mountain Lion users, as well as OS X Server 3.2.
Again, the biggest news is a third mention of the 2014 iMac, which might be arriving as soon as next week…