https://9to5mac.wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit-comments.php10.9.4 June 25

Apple has released another beta of the upcoming 10.9.4 release of its OS X operating system to developers. The new beta has a build number of 13E25. The update is available through Software Update on 10.9.4 systems and can be found on the Mac developer center as well.

The previous build, 13E19, was released on June 19th.

 

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9 Responses to “Apple pushes OS X 10.9.4 beta build 13E25 to developers”

  1. What are the changes on this new version?

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  2. Reblogged this on Taste of Apple and commented:
    Get downloading developers! Looking forward to the final release.

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  3. As a developer I jump on every build like a hawk, but as a consumer, I don’t run Mavericks on personal systems and I continue to advocate that other people avoid it as well. If you’ve already made the jump, I suppose you’ll plow through, but if you haven’t, just wait for 10.10.1 or 10.10.2 Frankly, 10.10 is the freshest thing in a long time, and I sincerely hope it makes up for the abortions we’ve had that started with Lion.

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    • Your advice sounds like the opposite of what people SHOULD do. Consumers are the ones that SHOULD upgrade to get bug fixes, security updates, etc. Anyone not using for business has nothing to lose and everything to gain. Mavericks in particular is the fastest OSX yet, especially on older macs with mechanical hard drives thanks to memory compression.

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    • Avenged110 says:

      That’s unfortunate, I love the changes that Lion and subsequent versions brought. I’m quite pleased with Mavericks. It’s rather amusing that I’d argue the opposite; I’ll be avoiding 10.10 purely because of the visual changes.

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    • I own a Mac-only data recovery business. Mavericks is by FAR the least problematic release since Rhapsody. You don’t know what you’re talking about.

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      • Rigor Mortis says:

        I’m really spooled by iCloud keychain. as soon as enter a wpa passphrase to any wifi hotspot, all my other devices get the password too.

        the one thing that bugs me about mavericks and Yosemite , is why we have to wait till release day to take advantage of the new iCloud pricing. they should drop the prices today.

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      • Rigor Mortis says:

        i mean spoiled

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    • aeronperyton says:

      I want to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you meant to say “I don’t run Yosemite on personal systems”. Because that would actually make sense.

      Mavericks is the fix for everything wrong with the two Lions. And the stability and polish on the existing 10.10 betas makes Yosemite out to be a very promising enhancement on top of that …criticism of the new eye candy be damned.

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