Tuesday, 10 September 2013

OS X 10.9 Mavericks Release Date in October

OS X Mountain Lion update is not the only upgrade for Mac operating system coming out this year. OS X 10.9 Mavericks release date also makes a lot of users curious when to expect this launch. It’s most likely that this introduction won’t happen in September alongside the new iOS 7 and iPhone models.

According to 9To5Mac, the Cupertino-based giant is going to present Mavericks update in late October. The company will hold off its release to focus on iOS smartphone line launch and iOS 7 firmware planned for the period between September 15 and 28 when all Apple employees are not allows taking a vacation and days off because the iPhone maker is to be busy with pushing out the next-generation handsets.

It is necessary to note that iOS 7 compliments OS X 10.9 with some options. It would be much cooler if both software versions appear at the same time. Users would be much happier getting routes on Mac and sending them wirelessly to the smartphone.

Last year the Mac manufacturer presented its tow OS X systems right after reporting its Q4 financial results in October. This year it might happen the same way. Apple might firstly share the earnings results and then present Mavericks upgrade.

With Christmas shopping time coming in soon most companies are trying to introduce their latest models of the most popular devices. Customers are always in search for the top products and best deals to make their family and friends happy. This year the fruit fans would be able to get the new iPhones, iMacs, MacBook Pros, iOS 7, Mavericks and maybe iPads. There should be the huge line-up update by Apple, according to numerous predictions.

What would you like to get this year? Would you rather enjoy the new iPhone 5S or download OS X 10.9 Mavericks for your Mac machine?

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