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Apple Sends Out New Beta Of OS X 10.9.2 To Developers

Apple Sends Out New Beta Of OS X 10.9.2 To Developers

January 31, 2014

Could OS X 10.9.2 reach our Macs soon? Apple has released the fourth beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 to registered developers, indicating that the software update could go public in the near future.

The news comes just one week after OS X 10.9.2 beta 3 reached Apple's army of developers, and more than five weeks since the first beta of the prerelease software launched. Apple's build number for OS X 10.9.2 beta 4 is 13C48, and the Cupertino, Calif. company is continuing to ask developers to focus on the Messages app, the Mail app, VoiceOver, VPN, and SMB2.

As we explained in our last article, here's what Apple has changed in OS X 10.9.2:

This minor update will also bring support for FaceTime Audio, fixes for Google Mail, and more general performance improvements to Mavericks-powered machines.

The latest beta can be downloaded using the Mac App Store, Software Update, or from Apple's Developer website. We'll keep you updated with further information concerning the update as we receive it.

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