Apple has seeded the first beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 to developers. The release asks testers to focus on Mail, Graphics Drivers and VoiceOver, though there are no known issues with the release. Earlier this month, Apple released a special update to Mavericks to address issues using Gmail with the Mail.app client built into the OS. The update is available to registered developers through the OS X Developer Portal.      —…

Apple has seeded the sixth Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks to developers, exactly two weeks after the release of the fifth Developer Preview. With the fifth preview, Apple introduced both the Mac iBooks app and a new beta version of iPhoto. The newest Mavericks preview comes alongside the final release of OS X 10.8.5. OS X Mavericks, which is expected to be released this fall, includes multiple new features like a…

At yesterday’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled its next generation operating system, OS X Mavericks. While Mavericks incorporates a number of significant changes like a redesigned Finder, a Safari overhaul, and new Compressed Memory settings, there are also a number of other, smaller changes that MacRumors forum readers and other sources have unearthed. AppNap Settings – AppNap, which is designed to conserve battery by sending apps into a hibernation mode, can be…

At this morning’s WWDC keynote in San Francisco, Apple announced the latest iteration of OS X, Mavericks, which features a new tabbed finder, independent handling of multiple displays, tagging, and a Safari redesign. As promised, Apple has begun offering developers beta access to Mavericks. The beta software can be downloaded from Apple’s developer site and devs can also access the new iOS 7 beta as well. According to Apple, Mavericks is its…

At today’s WWDC keynote event, Apple announced the next version of its Mac operating system, dubbed “Mavericks” after a surfing area north of Half Moon Bay in California. Mavericks will feature many new Finder features including tabs, full-screen capability, tagging, and independent handling of multiple displays. Tagging items allows users to categorize and search for files more easily. With multiple displays, Finder will display a menu bar in each to allow easier…