OS X Mavericks Release Date 2013: In Line With Macbook Pro 2013 Launch & Apple Staff Initiate Training?
Apple has come up with an all new operating system for the Mac but the OS X Mavericks release date in 2013 remains uncertain. Recent news state that the launch of the new OS will happen shortly after the tech giant introduces their brand new tablets on October 15, 2013 - the iPad 5 and the iPad Mini 2.
Some report that Apple is training its staff to have them become more familiar with the OS X Mavericks features. Its staff is trained on how to install it along with mastering troubleshooting.
News about the OS X Mavericks first surfaced during Apple's WWDC event last June. There were a total of eight developer previews of the new OS with the last dating back to September 16. It is already made available in the Mac App Store for developers to download as long as they are officially registered with Apple
OS X Mavericks Release Date 2013 New Features
Several features that are included in the latest OS X are the iBooks, a better Safari browser, fresh app for Maps, the iCloud Keychain, etc. Its final version is rumored to be launched during the Fall season or around the end of October.
Mac.Blorge added that the much talked about latest OS X will maintain its classic look while it is rumored that it'll have the Tags feature that can let users prioritize, marking their most important files via tagging.
There are also spreading news that it will be released alongside newer versions for the iMacs and the Macbook Pros, which every Apple fan has been definitely looking out for quite some time now. Everyone is having high hopes that the Macbook Pro will be released with the OS X Mavericks installed in it already.
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