Apple may have launched its newest update, OS X Mavericks, just a few days ago but its not forgetting about legacy users. The company has decided to kick off a new sale for customers who wish to upgrade to OS X Lion or Mountain Lion.
Registered developers have had access to the Mac OS X 10.8.5 update for quite some time now. The update brings a number of crucial bug fixes for Mail, Wi-Fi and other features. Apple has finally released OS X 10.8.5 update to the public.
In line with previous reports, Apple has started rolling out a redesigned AppleCare website, along with 24/7 live chat support on both iOS and Mac devices.
Apple might release a new OS X Mountain Lion update today which has been in developer preview stage for a couple of months. The company has reportedly already shipped pre-release builds to partners, and it may release OS X 10.8.5 later today.
Apple is supposedly looking to introduce 24 hours a day, 7 days a week live web chat support to its award-winning AppleCare support service, for both Mac and iOS devices.
New feature will ensure read direct messages will stay that way across official apps.
According to various reports the Apple ‘Back to School’ promotion 2013 kicks off tomorrow, the iPhone is also said to have been included for the very first time.
Apple may finally be ready to implement AirDrop functionality in iOS7 to allow the sharing of files through Wi-Fi.