Apple’s OS X Mavericks Release Set for the End of October

A new version of the Apple’s desktop operating system - OS X 10.9 Mavericks - is rumored to be released at the end of October. Well, this is what the sources aware of the Apple’s launch plans say.

According to 9to5mac:

For the launch of both OS X Lion and OS X Mountain Lion, Apple released the new operating systems the day following an earning results release. Apple traditionally shares its Q4 earnings numbers during the second half of October, so perhaps Apple will release Mavericks the day following its Q4 results announcement.

As to the enhancements, the new OS X version can boast of improved multi-monitor support, updated Safari, Maps and iBooks and a redesigned Calendar app. These are, of course, only the most significant improvements you’re most likely to notice yourself immediately after you update your Mac to OS X 10.9.

Aside from the new operating system, Apple is expected to release a bunch of new Macs this fall. Who knows, maybe this will happen along with the Mavericks launch?

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Written by Andrey

Tuesday, September 10, 2013. 0:04

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