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After seeding eight major builds of the upcoming third Mavericks software update to its developers, Apple appears to be on the verge of releasing the software for public consumption. According to web reports, the iPhone maker has now distributed a new OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 build 13D62 to AppleCare employees, a tell-tale sign of an imminent arrival as Apple’s support army familiarize themselves with the new software…

The last build for developers was labeled 13D55 versus today’s build 13D62 for AppleCare staff. The previous build for AppleCare employees had a version number of 13D59 and was labeled as pre-release software.

That the most recent build lacks the ‘pre-release’ label tells us that a finalized version should drop anytime now.

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Image via 9to5Mac.

As the third major update to Apple’s desktop operating system powering Macs, OS X 10.9.3 should help fix some more bugs and resolve general issues plaguing the system. More importantly, it will enable long-expected native support for external 4K displays.

We’re also expecting faster graphics, a bunch of security related fixes and hopefully some major improvements to Apple’s stock Mail app, which to this date continues to exhibit odd behavior.

  • Martin

    Awesome. Oh wait. I don’t have a Mac…

    • David Gitman

      Install Vmware 😛

      • Steven Code

        That’s a bitch and half tho :/ and most things I want on Mac os on VM doesn’t work

      • David Gitman

        Like what?

      • Steven Code

        Its hard to install and iMessage Facetime and a couple of other things don’t work

      • David Gitman

        oh

      • Martin

        That is what I did :D. But went half and half on my PC. Got Windows 8 and Mavericks. Had to get used to the install process with VMware though 😛 Works perfectly!

  • Palmer Paul

    I was on 10.9.1, but I was experiencing some really strange bugs, so I decided to downgrade to 10.8.5 and wait for all the kinks to be fixed. I think that 10.9.3 will be the update I have been waiting for. Can’t wait for it to be released!

    • TheShade247

      Haha, about time when apple is planning to announce OS 10.10 next month

      • Palmer Paul

        Actually, I think I’ll stay on 10.9.x for awhile. I like being one major release back… it’s much more stable.

      • Decio Arruda

        What’s the point of staying back? Aside from the 4% increase in stability, you’re missing out on performance.

      • Palmer Paul

        It’s more than a 4% increase in stability…. On 10.9.x, I was experiencing crashes constantly. Whenever I had to turn my MBP on it would take at least 3 boots. The new features were all B.S., and the increase in performance is insignificant. The only way to majorly boost performance is to upgrade your hardware.

  • Zonaib

    HI… can any one give me the link of 10.9.3 vm image???