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Hours after Apple announced a new OS X Mavericks build was available to AppleSeed members, the company released a Golden Master version of the next-generation operating system to developers.

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Two weeks after the last Mavericks Developer Preview was pushed out, Apple on Thursday made the OS X 10.9 GM available to developers. This is the final version that will ultimately be released to the public when Apple launches the OS in the coming weeks. Earlier in the day, the same build was seeded to AppleSeed members.

Alongside the OS X GM, Apple also released the Golden Master of Xcode 5.0.1, which will likely debut alongside Mavericks.

Apple is rumored to be planning a release for OS X 10.9 Mavericks sometime in October, though an official date has yet to be nailed down. When the new OS X finally hits Macs around the world, it will bring support for iBooks, new Finder Tabs, integrated Apple Maps, the power-saving App Nap function, and Compressed Memory, among other new features.
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Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy! Some great additions here! Gimme ! Hurry!

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Prediction/Rumor:

 

Apple is rushing the Golden Master of 10.9 out quickly because it wants to announce the Mac Pro pricing and availability this week or early next week.  Apple will also announce updates to the MacBook Pro line this week in tandem with the Mac Pro announcement.

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I've never seen this before with such a large OS X update; it installed in place without requiring you to restart the OS to complete the installation.
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I've never seen this before with such a large OS X update; it installed in place without requiring you to restart the OS to complete the installation.

Funny, at my end it unpacked and had to be restarted right after that, That is when the installation began. Of course, I didn't upgrade but did a clean install.
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Funny, at my end it unpacked and had to be restarted right after that, That is when the installation began. Of course, I didn't upgrade but did a clean install.

I updated via the Mac App Store. I did this on two machines. The first stood out but since I wasn't paying too much attention I wondered if perhaps I simply missed it so on the second one I made sure I monitored the steps. I was running the most recent Preview copy from a couple weeks ago on both machines. Each said they are 1.10GB.
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Prediction/Rumor:

Apple is rushing the Golden Master of 10.9 out quickly because it wants to announce the Mac Pro pricing and availability this week or early next week.  Apple will also announce updates to the MacBook Pro line this week in tandem with the Mac Pro announcement.

I guess beggars can't be choosers, but I don't know if I like this. It's now lining up for ipad, ipad mini, and rMBP announcement in two weeks. Obviously the Mac Pro and mavericks will be featured prominently as well.

Where I don't like it is that it almost assures us we won't be seeing an Apple TV update at the keynote. Alas... Maybe springtime....

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Looking forward to 10.9.3. It's usually the most stable release.

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I hope it is compatible with the Late 2009 iMacs. Mine has been working pretty well for a year out-of warranty.
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Prediction/Rumor:

 

Apple is rushing the Golden Master of 10.9 out quickly because it wants to announce the Mac Pro pricing and availability this week or early next week.  Apple will also announce updates to the MacBook Pro line this week in tandem with the Mac Pro announcement.

 

I don't think they're rushing it, the previous builds have been quite stable. But I agree those Macs will probably be out soon.

 

My hope is that the new MBP will have Thunderbolt 2 ports, and so will work with the 4K Cinema Display that will come out with the new Mac Pro.

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I hope it is compatible with the Late 2009 iMacs. Mine has been working pretty well for a year out-of warranty.
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So far so good. Mavericks is faster than ML, and it fixed several long-standing issues I had with my ancient (late 2008) unibody MBP that started with Snow Leopard. Haven't noticed any differences from DP8.

Minor glitch: Time Machine icon is corrupted in status bar when backup starts. Same as in DP8.
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Now, ensure every Mac in the world with a machine less than 5 years is on Mavericks by making it a free download just like iOS. It'll make the whole platform much stronger and MS won't be able to compete with free.
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I have to think Mac Pro is close too.
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Apple is rushing the Golden Master of 10.9 out quickly because it wants to announce the Mac Pro pricing and availability this week or early next week. Apple will also announce updates to the MacBook Pro line this week in tandem with the Mac Pro announcement.

End Quote.

Yes, would like the Macbook Pros and Mac Pro out to be have a chance at being included in Apple's next quarter. No 'late' iMac fiasco this time?

Looking forward to the Pro. It should be a beast of a machine.

A 4k monitor excites me as well.

0S X Mavericks. What's incredible about this release we'll have, finally (very nearly!) full Open GL parity with Windows at last?!! That alone should give older Macs a real big boost. 25% on GPU stuff? At least? Just guessing? That would be like a new machine.

And if it sorts out the chopping on expanding Safari windows...I'd buy it for that alone...

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Now, ensure every Mac in the world with a machine less than 5 years is on Mavericks by making it a free download just like iOS. It'll make the whole platform much stronger and MS won't be able to compete with free.

 

If ever there was a time to do this.  Now, with a 75 million+ installed base, is the time to do it.

 

Especially as they jacked the entry price of the entry iMac to £1145 inc vat?  (and it has integrated crappics at that.  No DVD player as well.  Cheeky beggars...)

 

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I updated via the Mac App Store. I did this on two machines. The first stood out but since I wasn't paying too much attention I wondered if perhaps I simply missed it so on the second one I made sure I monitored the steps. I was running the most recent Preview copy from a couple weeks ago on both machines. Each said they are 1.10GB.

 

1.10 GB sounds like the iPhoto update that was issued.

 

This is the (non-GM) dev 8 build number:

 

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1.10 GB sounds like the iPhoto update that was issued.

This is the (non-GM) dev 8 build number:



Yes that is an iPhoto update, and yes that is a screen shot of the September update.

The GM today is 5.29 GB.
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I updated via the Mac App Store. I did this on two machines. The first stood out but since I wasn't paying too much attention I wondered if perhaps I simply missed it so on the second one I made sure I monitored the steps. I was running the most recent Preview copy from a couple weeks ago on both machines. Each said they are 1.10GB.

The new GM is in Purchases not Updates once you redeem your code. As Ireland mentioned you are looking at an iPhoto update.
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Yes that is an iPhoto update, and yes that is a screen shot of the September update.

The GM today is 5.29 GB.

 

The GM is not a delta so. Settles that.

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Now, ensure every Mac in the world with a machine less than 5 years is on Mavericks by making it a free download just like iOS. It'll make the whole platform much stronger and MS won't be able to compete with free.

 

I was thinking the same thing, especially since there is no word on pricing yet. It just makes so much sense for them, especially since they are not really dependent on the money and are to gain more from everyone being on the latest release. I would wager that that move might push 10.9 past the 5.4% market share of Windows 8, which would be quite a statement. 10.8, 10.7 and 10.6 combined make up 6.65% according to the same statistic (http://www.zdnet.com/windows-8-adoption-rate-drops-back-to-a-plod-7000018847/).
 
Nobody will argue with free, but even 20 dollars will make people look to see if it is worth it for them. Seeing that a lot of the important updates are under the bonnet, this might not convince a lot of people to update. 
 
I would gladly pay even 100 dollars for it, but free would be nothing short of astounding.
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I'd suspect your right on at $19.95 . I'll be surprised if it's free.
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The GM today is 5.29 GB.

 

It also said 5.29 GB to me. However, at about 1.1 GB it "finished" downloading and kicked off the installer. I suspect that the App Store saw that I was already on DP 8 and did just download the differential needed.

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I was thinking the same thing, especially since there is no word on pricing yet. It just makes so much sense for them, especially since they are not really dependent on the money and are to gain more from everyone being on the latest release. I would wager that that move might push 10.9 past the 5.4% market share of Windows 8, which would be quite a statement. 10.8, 10.7 and 10.6 combined make up 6.65% according to the same statistic (http://www.zdnet.com/windows-8-adoption-rate-drops-back-to-a-plod-7000018847/).
 
Nobody will argue with free, but even 20 dollars will make people look to see if it is worth it for them. Seeing that a lot of the important updates are under the bonnet, this might not convince a lot of people to update. 
 
I would gladly pay even 100 dollars for it, but free would be nothing short of astounding.

 

I know several Mac users on Snow Leopard. It should be top priority for Apple to get everyone on Mavericks. And given the small revenue they generate per year from selling each release for 20 bucks (small for them), I would think the more important factor would be bolstering the Mac platform as a whole. And the best and only way to do that is to give it away for free just like iOS. My guess is that will happen, but you never know with Apple. I hope they have the sense to see what I see.

 

In this respect we can then look at Apple's software iOS/OS X/iCloud as free services that make the platform as a whole very attractive for the consumer.

 

"All you have to do is buy the computer and Apple takes care of you after that."

 

That's attractive. And it gives the consumer a lot of purchasing confidence and respect.


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I'd suspect your right on at $19.95 . I'll be surprised if it's free.

 

Well i just find it odd that they didn't say anything on price. For mountain lion they already announced the price at WWDC (

http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/06/11/os_x_108_mountain_lion_hits_the_mac_app_store_in_july_for_1999), although to be fair the release was a lot closer to it than it is this time round. Still they had a few opportunities to announce the price and I don't see a reason why they would decide to just NOT say the price before - it's not like it's a last minute decision. Mountain Lion was 19.99 and cheaper than Lion, so if that was the lowest they would/could go to, than it makes sense to announce the price with the introduction of the product, because even 19.99 is still a good price for something that seems like a more substantial update than Mountain Lion was.

 

The only reason that makes sense now is that they will make it free, but wanted to get the big headlines of "available now, free, on the app store" or even just through Software Update much like it works on iOS7. I think a lot of people are coming to the Mac now, who started on an iOS device, so it would be more the way they are used to (even major updates of the OS are free).

 

We'll find out soon enough :)

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it will be $20 as usual.

That's all I have to say about that...

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it will be $20 as usual.

That's all I have to say about that...

 

​Considering practically each new release is priced less-and-less as time goes on I don't quite see where you are pulling that "as usual" $20 figure from with a foolish confidence.

 

Leopard was $129

Snow Leopard was $29

Lion was $29

Mountain Lion was $20

 

It's safe to say given that they have now moved to a yearly release cycle for OS X versions and for the first time in living memory have yet to announce a price, they may have a new way of doing things in the works. And then considering most of the new additions in Mavericks are under the hood it's probable to gestimate that Mavericks could be free.

 

That, my friend, is called reason.


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It also said 5.29 GB to me. However, at about 1.1 GB it "finished" downloading and kicked off the installer. I suspect that the App Store saw that I was already on DP 8 and did just download the differential needed.

I don't think this was a delta. I'm sure others will know more than me. I am sure, even though I was on DP 8 too I downloaded the full amount. Are you sure you were not downloading that iPhoto update that was 1.1 GB... seems a bit of a coincidence you quote the exact size. The iPhoto was in updates, GM was in Purchases not updates.
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Well i just find it odd that they didn't say anything on price. For mountain lion they already announced the price at WWDC (
http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/06/11/os_x_108_mountain_lion_hits_the_mac_app_store_in_july_for_1999), although to be fair the release was a lot closer to it than it is this time round. Still they had a few opportunities to announce the price and I don't see a reason why they would decide to just NOT say the price before - it's not like it's a last minute decision. Mountain Lion was 19.99 and cheaper than Lion, so if that was the lowest they would/could go to, than it makes sense to announce the price with the introduction of the product, because even 19.99 is still a good price for something that seems like a more substantial update than Mountain Lion was.

The only reason that makes sense now is that they will make it free, but wanted to get the big headlines of "available now, free, on the app store" or even just through Software Update much like it works on iOS7. I think a lot of people are coming to the Mac now, who started on an iOS device, so it would be more the way they are used to (even major updates of the OS are free).

We'll find out soon enough 1smile.gif

I hope it is free, it would be great.
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I hope it is compatible with the Late 2009 iMacs. Mine has been working pretty well for a year out-of warranty.

 

I hope so too.  Bought my late 2009 27" the day after they were announced.  I recall almost fainting when 27" was revealed.

 

It's quad-core i7 with 8GB.    I hope it runs Mavericks and "Crazy-Ones", or whatever the next major release is going to be called, and for good measure, I want it to run "Misfits" after that.

 

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I hope so too.  Bought my late 2009 27" the day after they were announced.  I recall almost fainting when 27" was revealed.

Mid-2007 or later iMacs.
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Thanks Ireland and digitalclips. That makes much more sense now.
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Thanks Ireland and digitalclips. That makes much more sense now.

I only 'knew' cos I'd already made the exact same mistake in my half asleep, pre coffee excitement. 1biggrin.gif
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Mid-2007 or later iMacs.

 

I don't think I can expect Mavericks to run on our late-2008 MacBook, bought very-early 09.

 

You know, the MacBook with the Aluminum Unibody that wasn't a "Pro", and didn't have sD card reader? 

 

There was about a 6-month window where they had plastic & Unibody MacBook's side by side, before Al meant Pro.


But I'm not bitter.  That little guy has been awesome.  4.5 years and still as good as day 1.   Every OS X update ran fine without a hiccup, and it just keeps going and going.  After a wipe-down with cleaner on a paper towel, it literally looks brand new.  Al is awesome.

 

It is Unibody but has easy HD/battery access through a panel.  500 GB HD for $150 when we did it, and when we doubled RAM to 4GB it was.....$27 from Crucial.

 

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I don't think I can expect Mavericks to run on our late-2008 MacBook, bought very-early 09.

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Leopard was $129

Snow Leopard was $29

Lion was $29

Mountain Lion was $20

 

Remember the HILARIOUS pricing model Steve Jobs showed on that slide that time? 

 

With the 7 different Windows (?Vista?) prices from home basic through Platinum Ultra or whatever it was called?


Side by side with $129 for all 7 "variants" of OS X?

 

And Steve Jobs said, "I think everyone's going to go for the Platinum", (in reference to which "variant" of OS X people would get).
 

Insanely great.

 

Miss Steve.

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​Considering practically each new release is priced less-and-less as time goes on I don't quite see where you are pulling that "as usual" $20 figure from with a foolish confidence.


Leopard was $129

Snow Leopard was $29

Lion was $29

Mountain Lion was $20


It's safe to say given that they have now moved to a yearly 
release cycle for OS X versions and for the first time in 
living 
memory have yet to 
announce a price, they may have a new way of doing things in the 
works. And then considering most of the new additions in Mavericks are under the hood it's probably to gestimate that that Mavericks could be free.

That, my friend, is called reason.

There is an argument as to why it would be a sound business decision for it to be free (or even cheaper) but neither you or I have access to that info to really know if that has come to pass.
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I know several Mac users on Snow Leopard. It should be top priority for Apple to get everyone on Mavericks. And given the small revenue they generate per year from selling each release for 20 bucks (small for them), I would think the more important factor would be bolstering the Mac platform as a whole. And the best and only way to do that is to give it away for free just like iOS. My guess is that will happen, but you never know with Apple. I hope they have the sense to see what I see.

 

In this respect we can then look at Apple's software iOS/OS X/iCloud as free services that make the platform as a whole very attractive for the consumer.

 

"All you have to do is buy the computer and Apple takes care of you after that."

 

That's attractive. And it gives the consumer a lot of purchasing confidence and respect.

 

This does make sense. iOS is free, except for those with an iTouch.  It solves multiple issues:

 

- Machines will be updated with a high adoption rate, like iOS. 

- Will help stem the decreases in mac sales. Free OS updates is a nice marketing ploy

- Helps to further erode the MS stranglehold on the desktop market. Apple can afford to give away the OS at the expense of hardware sales. Microsoft can't. Great timing while Win 8 adoption rate is low.  

- Will allow them to ward off ChromeOS, which will be free although it a totally different class. 

- Hopefully they continue with the trend and offer Free Apple Apps for Pages, Numbers, Keynote like iOS. Sure if this happens it will be only with new devices. But, buy 1 device and it will also be avail on all your old devices with the same Apple ID.  This will help to erode office market share. A surprise update in 2014, of these apps, would be nice. 

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There is an argument as to why it would be a sound business decision for it to be free (or even cheaper) but neither you or I have access to that info to really know if that has come to pass.

 

I have access to more than nothing though. I have the information at hand and my instincts. Though not always right it is important to listen to them.

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Do I have to do a clean install? It is not showing up in the App Store updates, but I have an new iPhoto seed, and had 2 identical MBA updates yesterday.
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