Apple has today released their final seed of OS X Mavericks to developers, dubbed the GM seed or the Gold Master seed, it shows the first sign that Apple may be ready to unleash the full OS to the public, maybe even hinting that the company may be gearing up to host an event for Macs soon.

There’s not too much to be noted in terms of a change, well not as much as iOS 7 anyway, keeping to a similar design, OS X Mavericks does bring facelifts to both Safari and Calendar as well as bringing better energy management, better networking, iOS notifications, improved multi-monitor support and a few more things.

Apple has also seeded new versions of both iPhoto and Xcode to developers as well as new SDKs for the OS.

Source: 9to5Mac

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