It began on July 30, with the first beta for OS X Mavericks being seeded out to developers, and continued to August 19 with the fourth beta being released. Now, Apple’s released the fifth beta for the pre-release software.
Apple officially seeded out the fifth beta of OS X Mavericks on August 27. With this newest beta it brings up the build version number up to 13F24. The previous version was 13F18. With this newest beta, Apple is remaining focused on the same specific details, including USB, USB Smart Cards, Thunderbolt, Safari and Graphics.
There’s no defining news on what’s actually being implemented in the newest version of OS X Mavericks, but it once again looks like Apple’s aiming to make it a more technical-side update, with bug squashing, performance tweaks, and overall stability enhancements where needed.
The update is available now through the Software Update utility on any Macs currently running the fourth beta, or through the Apple Developer’s portal in the source link below.
[via Apple Developers]