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Apple has released yet another beta build of the upcoming OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 update. The current build number on today’s release is 13F24, while the previously build released to developers for testing came in at 13F18. Apple continues to ask developers to test USB, USB Smart Cards, Safari, Graphics, and Thunderbolt integration with 10.9.5. The update is available for developers running the previous 10.9.5 seed via Software Update in the Mac App Store.

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5 Responses to “Apple seeds OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 build 13F24 to developers”

  1. Will this fix my wifi delay? Will this fix my power management problems? 10.9.4 was supposed to fix both but still I’m here with a late 2013 MBPR with the same bugs Mavericks was introduced with, with no practical way to downgrade to 10.8


  2. This latest install on my Mac Pro has broken Adobe Encore CS6. Bluray creation process just hangs doing nothing after a few very slow incomplete events. I had the version 10.9.4 earlier which worked fine. Tomorrow I will ask Apple Tech support to revert me to this earlier version.


  3. My Photoshop CS6 broke after installing 10.9.5
    Also, I’m no longer able to switch pages back and forth using hand gestures on the wireless mouse.
    Can the latest upgrade be reversed?