Wednesday, May 18, 2016

could relse OS X Mavericks late-October

Fans have been kinda keeping their fingers crossed for a September relse of OS X Mavericks ever since at June’s WWDC formally announced the new version of the desktop operating system for Macs. The guiding logic was that the company would need to relse both iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks simultaneously because the two relses complement ch another. For example, Mavericks with its native Maps app lets you crte a route and send it wirelessly to your iPhone for navigation.Or, rding a notifiion on your iOS device now automatically clrs it on your Mac and all of the other devices. However, a reliable blogger now quotes sources with knowledge of the launch plans as claiming that OS X 10.9 Mavericks is due at the end of October so could“focus the majority of its software engineering resources on pushing out iOS 7 alongside the new iPhone hardware over the next couple of weeks”…Mark Gurman, writing for9to5Mac:For the launch of both OS X Lion and OS X Mountain Lion, relsed the new operating systems the day following an rning results relse. traditionally shares its Q4 rnings s during the second half of October, so perhaps will relse Mavericks the day following its Q4 results announcement.The author goes on to state that is expected to upgrade its iMac and the MacBook Pro family with Haswell processors this Fall.AllThingsDcorroborated the report with its own sources.“AllThingsD has confirmed that OS X 10.9 will not launch this month, but next,”authorJohn Paczkowski claims.“Sources say Mavericks will arrive at market sometime in late October, well after the relse of iOS 7″.There are no new user ftures as the relse focuses on squashing the existing bugs and incrsing performance, a tell-tale sign of a public relse looming on the horizon.While primarily focused on optimizing performance and battery life on notebooks, Mavericks brings a few notable user-facing ftures such as Finder Tabs and Tags, standalone Maps and iBooks app, various Safari enhancements, improved support for multiple displays and richer notifiions.

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