Apple has seeded a new beta build of OS X 10.9.4 to its AppleSeed testers. The seed was posted for developers yesterday. AppleSeed testers who have their computers registered with the program can go into the Updates section of the Mac App Store to download the new build.
Apple has informed the users in its AppleSeed consumer beta testing group that they will be automatically enrolled in the upcoming testing for OS X 10.9.4. The notice came in an email following yesterday's release of OS X 10.9.3. The notice appears to be going out to users in the invite-only AppleSeed program, rather than the public Beta Seed initiative launched a few weeks ago.
Apple has seeded build 13D55 of OS X 10.9.3 for developers to download and test. As of yet, the public beta testers aren't seeing the new version, so you'll need to be part of the official developer program to have a look. The new features are covered under a confidentiality agreement so we won't get into the details here, but the things you expect to be worked on are being worked on — and more.
Apple's letting the general public test pre-release OS X Mavericks software. There are good reasons not to sign up, however
Apple on Tuesday announced a beta seeding program that enables anyone — not just registered developers — from gaining access to pre-release OS X Mavericks software and applications from Apple. There are some good reasons to get involved, but there are an equal number of reasons to stay away from it. Here are a few.
Apple has posted the new beta of OS X 10.9.3, build 13D45a for registered Mac developers to test. This is pre-release software covered by a non-disclosure agreement, so we're not going to post the details of the new build, but rest assured that major bugs and gripes will be addressed.
We have no idea when we'll see the update for Mavericks, but we expect it soon. If you're a developer in good standing, high-tail it to the Apple Developer Center and start poking around.
We'll admit to being fans of the Mailbox app for iOS, and now our fandom might just have to expand to Mac OS X as well. Today Dropbox, who bought Mailbox a year ago, announced that they are bringing the mail client to OS X in beta form.
Apple has released a new beta build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2. The new release, build 13C62, is ready for download from the Mac Dev Center on Apple's developer site. If you're a registered Mac developer, you can download it now.
Apple on Thursday offered a new beta release of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2. The new build, identified as build 13C39, is now available for download from the Mac Dev Center. It's available for registered Mac developers only.