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Apple allows any Mac OS X user trial install
Every Mac user since Wednesday download a trial version of OS X. The beta of OS X 10.9.3, which normally only for developers would come true, is available to anyone with OS X 10.9 and an Apple ID.
Through the site , interested in OS X Mavericks Beta sign up. Participants of the test must agree to conditions to ensure that they write or publish anything about new features and fixes before they are released. They also can not talk about it with people who are not part of the beta test. In addition to OS X 10.9.3, participants gain access to iTunes 11.1.6. Both can be downloaded via Software Update as normally go.
Apple will normally carry only beta testing by a small test group or registered Apple developers. In order to be registered as an Apple developer one must pay $ 99 per year. It is not known whether Apple Beta Seed Program will expand to other OS X or iOS updates out. While it is noteworthy that everyone has access to the beta test, this is not the first time that Apple allows. In 2001, users could use an early version of Mac OS X 10.0. $ 30
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