Apple Seeds OS X Mavericks Beta 4 to Developers for Testing
Apple has Monday evening seeded OS X Mavericks Beta 4 to developers for beta testing even amid the intrusion issues
with the Developer portal that has forced it to be offline for the past week as Apple upgrades its security.
OS X Mavericks has been in beta since its unveiling at WWDC 2013, just like iOS 7. Apple has been releasing a refreshed beta version every two weeks since the initial seed.
The software brings a ton of new features to the Mac including a dedicated Maps application, Compressed Memory for improved performance, App Nap for improved performance, and much more.
Developers running OS X Mavericks will find the latest version of OS X Mavericks under the Mac App Store’s Updates tab. You will need to restart after installing.