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Apple sent out a message on its (public) developer news boards today motivating designers to send apps that are fully suitable with its upcoming os OS X Mavericks. If the reality that Mavericks went GM (Gold Master) recently is not enough for you, we are hearing that it’s indeed ‘ready’ for release, for this reason the encouragement on Apple’s part.

The rational time to announce availability would be around Apple’s October 22 occasion, for which welcomes were sent today. Though an announcement could be made there, it seems likely that at least a little space would provide between then and public availability. Apple revealed OS X Mountain Lion as a part of its quarterly revenues launch in 2012 and the OS was offered on the following day by means of the Mac App Shop. If the announcement about Mavericks availability is not really made during Apple’s event at Yerba Buena center in San Francisco, then the earnings report on October 28 could be another choice. However our bet is on the occasion itself.

Apple’s invitation to developers checks out as follows:

Make sure your app takes advantage of the excellent new functions in OS X Mavericks when the world’s most sophisticated desktop operating system appears to millions of consumers later this fall. Download OS X Mavericks GM seed and Xcode 5.0.1 GM seed, now readily available on the Mac Dev Center. Develop your apps with these most current seeds, then test and send them to the Mac App Store.

Generally, Apple doesn’t start enabling designers to submit apps that work with brand-new variations of its os till they are ready to ship. We will be at the event next week bringing you the information as it breaks, so stay tuned.

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