OS X Mavericks 10.9 Developer Preview 6 Build 13A558 (for PC Hackintosh)[2013,ENG] | 7.15 GB
OS X v10.9 DP6 for developers.
This is a pre-release version of OS X Mavericks. To install OS X v10.9 Developer Preview 6, you need install first Developer Preview 5.
Apple Releases Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks With More Than 200 New Features
The next version of the Mac operating system, OS X 10.9, is officially labeled as OS X Mavericks. Mavericks, named after an epic surfing spot in northern California, has a lot of new features, but also represents a change in naming conventions away from the familiar cat themes. In future versions of OS X will follow the same naming convention and all be named after inspirational places throughout California, where Apple is located.
Since the focus of mainstream attention has remained almost squarely upon the progress of Apple?s iOS 7 betas, it?s rather easy to forget about OS X Mavericks 10.9, which is also currently being readied for prime time. While the name may have raised one or two eyebrows after a series of big cat releases, the changes made to the Mac operating system are very much business as usual, and the sixth developer preview doesn?t appear to offer anything radically different from the previous offering.
OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 5 brought quite a few notable additions with the release of a desktop version of iBooks, along with an all-new, beta version of the popular iPhoto app. Since the latest Dev Preview has just arrived, it has yet to be revealed exactly what Apple has put into the new release, but as we get a change to test it out properly, we?ll be sure to report back if we stumble across anything significant.
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The process of releasing incremental updates to OS X on an annual basis for a nominal fee has proved a hit with almost all Mac users, and although some have baulked at the so-called iOS-ification ? particularly with Mountain Lion ? the amalgamation of the company?s two strong ecosystems was always going to be something of a formality.
Last year, we saw many tried-and-tested mobile implementations make their way to OS X through Mountain Lion, and as well as Reminders, Game Center and the Notification Center, the decision to bring iMessage to the desktop has proved a resounding hit with confirmed Apple consumers. This time around, Apple will be adding some more neat features to the fold, including the tabbed Finder, dual monitor support, as well as a new Maps app.
OS X Mavericks MacBook Pro
The last time we saw Apple introduce Maps was with iOS 6, and the Cupertino company?s decision to oust Google?s reliable offering for what still remains an unrefined product prompted outrage, which came to a head when CEO Tim Cook was forced into an apology. This time around, however, the company is better prepared, and with iOS 7 providing adequate distraction from the goings-on of Mavericks, hopefully Apple is quietly calibrating a Maps app worth using for OS X 10.9.
Apple released the sixth OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview on Wednesday, bringing minor enhancements to the forthcoming operating system ahead of an expected launch this fall.
Supports only at ICBM.
Install R-Drive (in the distribution).
Expand image 109dp6.arc not marked up space on the hard drive (30 gig).
Specify the installation so that the section was active.
Restart, load from a hard drive on which deployed and try Mac. (volume label 109dp6)
admin password - 123
Developer: Apple Inc.
Platform: Intel only
Language: Russian + English
Basic requirements for OS X 10.9 Mavericks are modest: a 64-bit processor Intel, 2 GB of RAM. Supports Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 or Xeon.
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