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Apple has seeded the sixth Developer Preview of the upcoming OS X Mavericks. The new preview is available via Software Update in the Mac App Store. This preview comes a few weeks after Developer Preview 5. Preview 5 added iBooks to Mavericks.

Also available today for developers are updated Remote Desktop apps, an updated SDK, and a new Safari 6.1 seed for OS X Mountain Lion.

Mavericks will be available for the general public this fall. We will be updating this post as changes in the new preview are discovered.

- A new “NYTimes” tab in iBooks

iBooks NYTimes

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7 Responses to “Apple releases OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 6”

  1. After installing DP6 iTunes 11 reverted to its ‘old’ (http://cl.ly/image/0W101Z100L0u) icon, even reinstalling the latest standalone 11.1 beta won’t bring the ‘new’ (http://cl.ly/image/3t0u0l0b2o2Y) one back

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    • Avenged110 says:

      Isn’t that “new” icon just one of the custom options from the designer who made the iTunes 10 icon? After his rant about how the iTunes 11 icon is terrible, he released several tweaked versions of his “perfect” icon. I’m using the orange option currently.

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    • Mike Beasley says:

      The “new” icon you posted there isn’t the actual iTunes icon. Looks like a replacement icon. The one you’re seeing in DP6 is the one it’s been using since version 11 came out. It probably reverted to the original icon because iTunes in this DP was updated and thus it overwrote your custom icon.

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  2. how do you customize and choose the color version @Avenged110

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  3. aren’t there any pictures of the new iPhoto yet? does it actually look different? :o

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  4. Tim McDonald says:

    Anyone else lose scrolling in Safari after opening the App Store?

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