akqies wrote: »
Is AppleSeed there non-developer beta testing program?
ireland wrote: »
On stage at iPad event. (Oct 15?)
pooch wrote: »
i've been wondering (to myself until now) if they were holding mavericks until a mac pro announcement.
seems they have an awful lot of stuff to announce pretty quickly. mavericks; mbp refresh; pro; ipad; minis (please please please)
Sure hope not. Ruining Notes was bad enough.
it's the other way around, the MacPro will require Mavericks, thus is waiting for the Mavericks release.
iloveapplegear wrote: »
This is the GM version.
jessi wrote: »
It would be nice to get it for free. I worry that if it becomes free it will go the way of the original Mac OS-- where updates were always free, but not really very compelling or quick to come.
I'd happily pay Apple $40 a year for an annual update cycle (where each release is of the quality of the past two anyway.)
kallt wrote: »
I actually hope not. I like my OS to be consistent in style and it seems that Mavericks is going to do just that with the removal of most skeuomorphic effects. <span style="line-height:1.4em;">Since we are not expecting a style </span>
<span style="line-height:1.4em;">overhaul with Mavericks, I do not want to see anything that looks like iOS 7. </span>
matrix07 wrote: »
Agree. OSX should be OSX. Don't try to iOSnizes it. Not good with iOS 6.. And not good with iOS 7 either.
After using iOS 7, every other OS on earth looks old and slow, OSX included.
It needs iOSification, clearly. Just because Windows and Ubuntu suck it doesn't mean that Apple shouldn't be pushing harder.
Yes, the usual suspects will complain, but once again, Apple should just show them the middle finger.
iOS, has a platform, is the most powerful OS ever created. What an awesome ecosystem. It's time to change OSX's UI.
jessi wrote: »
I think I'll wait for the GM though. I need rock solid stability to get work done