Apple has recently released a Golden Master build of its upcoming operating system, OS X Mavericks, and for those unfamiliar, a Golden Master build is essentially the final version of the beta and it is also the same version that non-beta testers can look forward to once the software has been officially released to the public. In any case it seems that a day before their 22nd of October event, Apple has quietly released an updated version of the Golden Master build of OS X Mavericks with the new build number being 13A603 which is higher compared to the previous release where its build number was 13A598.
While it is unclear as to what sort of changes Apple made, it is speculated that this was not a planned update and that it was probably released to address some bugs that were spotted at the last minute, which we guess we can’t really complain about. For developers looking to get their hands on the latest build, it will not be available via the Mac App Store, but instead developers will need to hit up the Dev Center for the direct download. OS X Mavericks was announced back in the middle of the year during Apple’s WWDC 2013 event, but it is believed that the software will finally see a release, or at least have a release date shared on Apple’s 22nd of October event which will also see the launch of new iPads amongst other things.
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