It has only been five days since Apple seeded the last Beta build of Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4, but that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing another build to developers.
During the hustle and bustle of Google’s I/O presentation earlier today, Apple saw fit to release another Beta build to developers. The new build, which brings it up to 13E25, probably does more of what we expect: smooth out performance ahead of any projected major updates, squash bugs, and other tweaks behind the scenes.
The Beta is available through the standard Developer’s Portal, and you can also use the Software Update tool on any Macs currently running the previous version of the Beta seeded to developers less than a week ago. There’s no word as of the time of this writing just what this new seed brings to the table.[via Apple Developer]