The publication cited “sources with knowledge of the launch plans” when reporting the news.
OS X Mavericks was originally detailed by the Cupertino, California-based tech giant during June’s WWDC conference. However, at the time, no specified date for release was given.
Meanwhile, Apple has been pushing a beta version of the OS with developers since Mavericks was originally announced.
The operating system will include features such as more multi-screen functionality, better battery life, a new version of Safari, updates to Maps, new notifications and more.