OS X Mavericks available for free – Mac Pro released alongside it

On October 22, 2013


Apple announced at the conference this evening that the new OS X Mavericks will be available starting today for free for everyone.

Even though OS X Mavericks did not get a completely new interface, as happened with iOS 7 version of the operating system for Macs brings several major updates, which you can learn more here.

Among these, we mention iBooks and Maps applications, an improved search, new gestures, iCloud Keychain, notifications LockScreen, autoupdate option for installed applications and much, much more, than 200, as Apple says.

The new version of Mac Pro was also launched, the company’s product with an Intel Xeon E5 quad-core processor that has 6, 8 and 12 cores, up to 30 MB l3 cache and 40 PCI Express lines od third generation. All this with DDR3 RAM 1866 MHz ECC with a four-channel controller, which provides a bandwidth of 60 GB/s, up to 64 GB can be implemented. Apart from them, Apple has implemented AMD FirePro graphics cards with up to 4096 processors for streaming, up to 12 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, bandwidth of 528 GB/s and 7 teraflops.


On the connectivity part we are talking about implementing Thunderbolt 2, which offers bandwidth of 20 Gb/s and provides the ability to connect to up to 6 devices per port. New video cards allow you to connect up to 4 displays the new Mac 4K HDMI 1.4 through specially implemented for these screens.

The starting price of the new Macs is $3000 and they will be available in Apple stores in December.