It’s been 2 months since the beta for OS X 10.9.3 was released and earlier this week the build 13D55 was released for developers and another version for employees. Something interesting pointed out was that the internal seed provided comes with a few release notes. We’ve been told that when this happens, we know that a public release is nearing.
Some interesting new features include:
- Ability to push 4K on the Mac Pro and the 15-inch Retina Macbook Pro.
- Improvements to existing sync of contacts and calenders from Mac to iOS device.
- The usual improvements of security and bug fixes.
- iMessage and FaceTime contact block has been resolved.
Here are the Release Notes provided: