Apple releases the fourth OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 beta with build 13C48 to registered developers. This comes a week after the third beta update for the free OS X Mavericks. Apple also suggests the update will be made public in the near future.
Despite the new OS X Mavericks is supposed to increase the battery life of Mac machines, some users are experiencing a ‘horrible’ battery drain issue after upgrading to OS X Mavericks.
Apple’s technical forum supporters suggested to wait for the Spotlight to fully index, however, many people are still having the same issue even after waiting for days, and calibrating the battery.
However, a battery test performed by Ars Technica claimed that Mavericks will improve the battery life, although, instead of battery life improvements, they are noticing a very noticeable decrease of battery efficiency.
The exact working solution is not yet found, but some Apple assistance suggested to reset the SMC.
Apple will release its new Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks to the public by the end of this October. The news isn’t directly opened up by Apple as yet, rather by some other reliable sources that have the insights of Apple’s whereabouts.
Originally, the release was scheduled to be made this month but due to some technical problems maybe Apple had to delay it until the end of next month. This is expected to be boosting up the Apple’s poor market share by adding new and unique plus useful functionalities.