Apple pushes out OS X Mavericks DP6 - Developers go get it!

Around two weeks after the last Developer Preview build of OS X Mavericks was pushed out, Apple has today seeded DP6 to registered OS X developers. The update is available to download now as an update via the Mac App Store, or in its entirety from the Developer Portal.

As ever, Apple has refrained from posting a changelog for the new build, which is covered by the NDA agreement developers sign up to when registering.

Mavericks was first unveiled back at WWDC 2013 in San Francisco, and will launch to the general public this Fall. On board will be new features such as an Apple Maps app, an iBooks app, proper multi-display support, tabbed finder windows and a whole lot more. For the full rundown be sure to check out our extensive Mavericks preview.

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Apple pushes out OS X Mavericks DP6 - Developers go get it!


That update was a lil rough, can't wait for the final version. Want to see what the increase in battery life will be like on my macbook pro.

I installed it on my Aluminum Unibody MacBook (Late 2008), which was still using the original battery. That battery has 1300+ charge cycles on it, so my battery life on that machine is about 45 minutes (I got a new MBP w/ retina 3 days ago, and I'm loving the ability to actually use it as a laptop). After installing Mavericks, my battery life jumped from 45 minutes to 1 hour. I don't know if you'll see the same 33% jump across the board, but I was impressed.