The truth about me is that I dig OS updates. Remember back when Apple charged everyone to beta test OS X? I paid for that. I also update my OS the moment I can, regardless of the inherent dangers. It’s just who I am, and it’s who I’ll be when Mavericks is released, and that’s why I’m happy to report that GameAgent’s Mac Match has been updated to support OS X v10.9 Mavericks.
Mac Match, as you well know, is a handy service that mainly lets you know if your computer can handle certain games. They now have a Mavericks page in place, so those with the Mac Match service can simply turn it on and find out if they’re system is Mavericks ready.
Of course, there’s a caveat:
The system requirements and other info on the Mavericks page is entirely speculative at this point and is in no way a final representation of the OS’s system requirements. We will continue to update the page regularly as additional info becomes available. Also, please note that Mavericks will require Macs with a 64-bit architecture, meaning that if you’re still using a Mac from as far back as 2006 with a 32-bit architecture, you’re out of luck even if Mac Match says you meet all the other requirements.
But it’s all good. Log in, check it out, and at least get a general idea if you’ll be okay. And as we get closer to the launch of OS X Mavericks, Mac Match will get more precise. Until then, there are other Apple products out there you could be using, you know.