Apple reportedly starts OS X 10.10 development as Mavericks is set for late October launch

Apple’s OS X Mavericks is nearly ready for its public release, which means that development on its successor is now underway. Mavericks, version 10.9 of Apple’s venerable Mac operating system, is expected to launch toward the end of this month, according to a 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman. When it arrives it’ll include more than 200 new features, a few of which Gurman says haven’t yet been formally announced — such as the ability to block phone numbers and Apple ID’s in the FaceTime and Messages apps. The report says Mavericks could reach Golden Master status (which means it’s finally ready for consumers) at Apple as early this weekend. The follow up to Mavericks, OS X 10.10 (it hasn’t been given a fancy nickname just yet), will continue to…

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