After several beta releases, Apple today released the 10.9.3 software update to OS X Mavericks. The update is recommended
for all users running OS X Mavericks, and brings a list of improvements including improved support for 4K displays.
The update also restores contacts and calendar syncing from Macs to iOS devices over USB which was previously removed.
Mac users running the public beta version of OS X 10.9.3 introduced last month can update to the public version via the Mac App Store.
he update also includes the latest version of the Safari web browser with
the release of 7.0.3 as well as VP connection improvements.
OS X 10.9.3 was first released in beta earlier this year in March,
with several new builds being released since. Aswe reported then, OS X 10.9.3 allows users to natively set super hi-resolution 4K monitors to display OS X at pixel-doubled resolution creating a “Retina” experience.