The Cupertino-based company responsible for churning out the groundbreaking OS X operating system recently released the OS X 10.9 Mavericks Golden Master edition to developers, signaling great news for the upcoming release of the final next gen OS X version.
Released some hours after Apple the new OS X Mavericks version was made available to developers, the next generation for developer release version of the operating system garnered a lot of attention, following the initial release of the Mavericks Developer Preview some two or so weeks back.
As a pre release version of the latest OS X operating system, a lot of anticipation has been put on the OS X 10.9 Mavericks Golden Master, considering that its release essentially signals the upcoming release of the final version of the operating system in the days to come. Prior to its most recently celebrated release, the OS X 10.9 Mavericks Golden Master was announced to be made available by October this year, with no specific date particularly indicated.
Essentially, the upcoming final version of the new operating system is expected to come with enhanced support for iBooks, as well as come with a new and improved Apple Maps integration, and a new App Nap power saving function. A new Finder Tab set is also forecasted to show up in the new OS X, along with support for a “Compressed Memory” function.
Bottom line, with the OS X Mavericks Golden Master now released, the final next generation OS X can’t be far behind in being made available to owners of Mac OS X compatible devices.