New Safari update available to developers. Apple also seeded a Mavericks beta to developers. Both updates focus on minor fixes and enhancements.
Displaying a large image of the San Francisco Yerba Buena Center, Apple today announced that it will be streaming the event live to those running Safari on an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, or Mac. Users of other browsers will not be able to view the keynote. Apple will also be live streaming the keynote to Apple TV’s.
Apple is expected to release new iPads, MacBook Pros, the Mac Pro, OS X Mavericks, and more. AppleRumors.NET will have full coverage of the event as well as reviews and more.
Apple today released the eighth preview of its upcoming software, OS X Mavericks to developers. This latest preview comes approximately two weeks after Preview 7.
OS X Mavericks brings a host of new changes, among those changes include: iCloud Keychain, Multiple Displays, iBooks for Mac, Safari 8, Maps, and more.
Also released is a new Safari 6.1 seed, sent to Safari developers. It can be downloaded from the safari developer center.
OS X Mavericks is expected to be released in late October. Developers can download the lates update from the Developer Cneter online or via software update from the Mac App Store.