Apple asks developers to start submitting their OS X Mavericks apps


OS X Mavericks is coming soon, and Apple is preparing its  Mac Ap Store accordingly. According to AppleInsider, Apple is sending out a notice to its OS X developers asking them to submit their Mavericks compatible apps to the Mac App Store for review.

Apple’s notice comes just a few weeks after the company released the gold master version of Mavericks to developers. The arrival of the GM version along with this gentle reminder for app submission suggests Apple is preparing  to release OS X Mavericks to the public very soon.  Apple doesn’t reveal the launch date of Mavericks in its developer note, but the company previously said the desktop OS would arrive sometime this fall.


Apple is expected to finalize its plans for OS X Mavericks at a press event to be held October 22nd at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. The update will land in the Mac App Store shortly after this event (perhaps even the same day) and will ship on any new MacBook Pro or MacBook Air models sold after the launch date. Are you ready to run Mavericks on your Mac? I know I am.

[Via AppleInsider]