As expected, Apple has today confirmed October 22 as the date for the expected iPad and Mac special event. As is traditional, the event will kick off at 10am PST. This time around proceedings will be taking place at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, under the tagline "we still have a lot to cover."
Apple will hold their next iPad and Mac event on Tuesday, October 22. That's according to John Paczkowski of the Wall Street Journal and fits with the time line I'm hearing as well. It also fits with what Apple did last year.
OS X 10.9 Mavericks has gone gold master and it shouldn't be too long before it's out in the world. We're still waiting for a few final pieces in the puzzle, like an official announcement from Apple about when Mavericks will be available, but until then, there's plenty you can do to prepare for the transition. And the first order of business is to know whether you can install it.
Apple has released the gold master (GM) seed of OS X 10.9 Mavericks to developers. That means, unless any show-stoppers are found in the build, this is the one that'll be pushed out to customers everywhere later this month. If you're a developer, head on over to the Mac App Store and update away. If you're not a developer, hang tight, it's almost here!
Apple on Monday released Mavericks Developer Preview 8, the latest pre-release build of OS X Mavericks specifically for registered Mac developers. The new release is available for download from the Mac App Store.
Almost two weeks after the previous release, Apple has posted a new build of OS X Mavericks for registered Mac developers. The new Developer Preview 7 release is available for download through the Software Update system preference and from Apple's Developer Center.
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Everything you need to about the newest version of the Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks, including new apps, new security features, new interface elements and advanced technology designed to improve efficiency and performance! Apple will soon roll out a new version of the operating system that powers its Macintosh computers - OS X 10 "Mavericks," the first version of OS X that isn'...
OS gave Apple an opportunity to rethink the way application developers should support and deliver media content on Apple devices. The result of that is a framework called AV Foundation, which debuted on the Mac with OS X 10.7. Now Apple's continuing that effort with new Mavericks technology for developers called AV Kit.