OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2 Now Available for Download

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As we know OS X Mavericks has been unveiled at WWDC. If you are a developer, then you will be happy to know that now you can test a beta version of this software. The Cupertino company has released OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2. This is the 2nd developer preview of the upcoming software. It comes as build 13A497d. You should note that you will not be able to install the final version of OS X Mavericks on your Mac after installing the OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2.

OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2

If you are planning to test the developer preview, then you have to go to the Mac App Store. Don’t forget to save all your data before upgrading your device to the developer preview. You will need to have an Apple developer account to download the developer preview of the upcoming software as it is available only for registered Apple developers. You have to pay $99 USD per year for Apple developer account. If you are not a developer, then you will have to wait until the release of OS X Mavericks. You will be able to enjoy several new features on your device after installing it. The final version of OS X Mavericks will be launched this fall. It will provide interactive Notifications. OS X Mavericks will allow users to access internet in a new way as it comes with new version of Safari that includes several interesting features.

If you are waiting to install OS X Mavericks on your device, then you should avoid installing the developer preview. It is recommended that you must wait until the release of its final version. If you are facing any issue with the current firmware, then you must be planning to install the new OS X firmware on your device. You will be able to download it this fall. It will be available in the Mac App Store.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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