1. Michael Essany's Avatar

    On Tuesday, Apple seeded OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks beta to developers. As far as we know, the latest release (build 13D55) brings with it only a few minor changes.

    Apple wants testers to focus, as expected, on the common smattering of built-in features - graphics drivers, Safari, Mail and Contacts, Calendar syncing over USB in iTunes, etc. All told, we're looking at the same points of interest Apple drew attention to in last week's update.

    Given the short duration between the latest releases and the scant tweaks and areas of concern that persist, it could be a strong indication that 10.9.3 will be ready for the general public very soon.

    As of this writing, the update is currently available through the Dev Center but not the AppleSeed program.

    Source: Apple
    2014-04-30 01:15 AM