Apple Releases OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 to Developers
Apple has earlier today seeded OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 to developers for testing. According to the latest reports from reliable sources, the new version of Apple’s operating system for Macs contains a wide number of important improvements and bug fixes.
Today’s release comes two weeks after the release of the previous beta. This update has a build number 14A3429f and contains several new features. The System Preferences menu got a new look, apart from that, there are new icons for Notes, Terminal, Font Book, Mission Control and Script Editor. There is also a redesigned battery icon, "Do Not Disturb" button in the Notification Center and a bunch of new wallpapers.
Today's Developer Preview is limited to registered developers, but in late July, Apple made a version of OS X Yosemite available to the public as part of a wide-ranging beta test. The pre-release version of Yosemite available to those participating in the public beta program is not expected to receive as many updates as the developer version.
Those who have a developer account can download the latest OS X Yosemite Developer Preview either from Apple’s developer portal, or via the Software Update menu.
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