WWDC 2013 brought with it a number of new announcements, one of which is the Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks 10.9 release. This release does not house any major transformational change rather quite many little fixes that combine to give a much improved version in entirety.
IOS 7 is undoubtedly still the major subject of WWDC 2013 but Apple will make sure its desktop software equally gives importance. OS X Mountain Lion 10.8’s release made similar assurance by Apple when it decided to integrate the two major OS with stuff like iMessage, Notification Centre etc.
Not all the dedicated Mac owners liked the changes brought by this OS X release and remained hesitant. Still the introduction of iMessage was popularly welcomed. It is expected to see similar results with the release of OS X 10.9 as well.
The feature users will find the most useful and much needed is the integration of iCloud Keychain in OS X 10.9 that will automatically sync your passwords and such data on Macs that are fully authorized OS X Mavericks. No need to toggle your mind for long forgotten passwords! Additionally, look forward to introduction of iBooks, Maps, Calender and other stuff.
You don’t have to wait long for the Developer Preview if you are already a registered Apple Developer because they can get their hands on OS X 10.9 trial version straight from the Mac Dev Centre. It is a two way deal, on one hand you will be getting the inside news for the OS X release and on the other hand you can notify Apple of any bugs you encounter during your experience so the actual launch can be developed bug free.
You can only access the beta download if you are a registered Apple developer, in such a case you must try it out. Don’t forget to let everybody know about your experience.