On Wednesday, March 18, Apple released betas for developers running Safari on Mavericks and Mountain Lion.
OS X Mavericks
Apple on Wednesday, December 3, released an update to Safari running on the three most recent versions of the desktop platform: Yosemite, Mavericks and Mountain Lion.
Apple todays seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 build number 13F31 to registered Mac developers.
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.
On July 30, Apple seeded the very first beta of Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 to developers. Since then, Apple’s been working diligently to keep a timely refresh for its betas to developers.
On August 13, Apple released updates to Safari for OS X Lion/Mountain Lion, as well as Mavericks, with a focus on security fixes.
Apple has been quick with the betas when it comes to the upcoming public release for OS X Mavericks, 10.9.5, with the second beta being released on August 7. The third beta is now being seeded to developers.
On July 30, Apple officially seeded the first beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 to developers, and now the company has followed up with the second beta just a week later.
As consumers wait for the public builds of OS X Yosemite to get released, Apple is still building OS X Mavericks to stay stable, and add features where necessary. Today, the company has seeded the first build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 to developers.
OS X 10.9.4 finally fixes annoying bug that prevented Macs from connecting to known Wi-Fi Networks and more
Alongside iOS 7.1.2, Apple also released an update to OS X Mavericks this morning. The OS X Update 10.9.4 brings a number of bug fixes and stability improvements as well as Safari 7.0.5.