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Apple has finally started selling previous versions of OSX on their website. While Mavericks is the latest update some users may still prefer or need the previous Lion and Mountain Lion versions.
The questionably named OS X Mavericks is out for all to purchase today. But should we trust this very incremental update? Are the performance updates really noticeable?
Apple has just announced the availability of the latest version of Mac OS X, 10.9 "Mavericks" which can be downloaded by the users from the Mac App Store for free today.
Apple has quietly released a final software update to its "gold" version of OS X 10.9, otherwise known as Mavericks, ahead of its likely public release sometime next week.
Apple has sent out invites to members of the press for a keynote event that will take place on October 22nd where new iPads and the release of OS X Mavericks is expected as well.