Last night, AppleÂ seeded the eightÂ beta version of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 (build number: 13D45a) to developers.
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of AppleÂ is known as one of the greatest engineers of the current generation with his work on the Apple I and Apple II which revolutionized the PC industry. He is also known for his great relationship with his fans and this new video is testament to that.
The latest beta update of OS X Mavericks (10.9.3) has revealed support for native 4K resolution with third party monitors. As of now, OS X Mavericks doesn’t support 4K resolution displays to a great extent, so this new revelation comes as welcome news for the users.
As expected, Apple has released OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 with a number of new features like FaceTime Audio, contact blocking, but most importantly, a fix for a critical security flaw that couldÂ let an attacker sniff and modify your data on secure HTTPS connections.
A critical security flaw was found in one of Appleâ€™s SSL/TLS library that could let hackers intercept and modify yourÂ data on secure HTTPS sessions. While Apple issued a fix for iOS devices, the Mac remains vulnerable, as reported earlier.