Many OS X versions have come and gone from Cupertino, but OS X Mavericks is the newest and not leaving anytime soon. While just weeks away from debuting on consumer’s Macs, developers now have access to the Gold Master version of Mavericks (that is, the final and ready-to-ship copy) to update their apps for the new release, and to generally just play around with it.
For those of you who don’t remember, OS X Mavericks is more of an incremental update (unlike iOS 7, which was an overhaul) to the appearance of apps such as Safari and Calendar, along with better energy management, easier networking, iOS notifications, improved multi-monitor support and more.
Developers on AppleSeed also got new versions of iPhoto and Xcode, along with various SDKs to support the new OS.
So, it’s time squeeze as much out of your Mac as you can, right? Right.