For all Mac owners who are anxious for Apple to release OS X Mavericks to the public, find out that the Cupertino-based company has decided to release the final beta version of the next generation OS.
Apple has labeled the release GM, also known as Golden Master, and it means that this is the same build users will see at the grand release. However, the update is available for all those registered with the Mac Developer program.
OS X Mavericks 10.9 GM build is the final release version of OS Mavericks ending the Developer Preview beta process, and it shows that the public release is not that far behind. Apple has worked very hard in order to complete the OS X Mavericks build and now, those registered to Apple’s Developer Center might take a look to what seems to be Apple’s latest beta version for OS X Mavericks.
Recent rumors roaming around the internet have suggested the fact that Apple would push the Mavericks operating system to a GM build by the end of this week or at the beginning of the next. Moreover, apparently, Apple has started training its AppleCare support staff for OS X Mavericks in case customers will find the need.
There is no big news that Mavericks is highly iOS inspired. The new version of OS for Mac aims to connect Apple’s mobile with desktop platforms. The grounds are already set, and more features are being replicated in both environments. The new version aims to bring multiple mobile features to the desktop part and users will enjoy a common experience on both of Apple’s operating systems.
The Golden Master build for OS X Mavericks has been officially seeded, and it can be downloaded as a separate update in the Mac App Store. This kind of builds is offered through file sharing or peer-to-peer networks. However, users are not recommended to download the build yet because it is not completely secure. Apple will definitely change or improve multiple things until the final release will be available for the public release.