Apple Releases OS X Yosemite GM Candidate to Developers and Next Public Yosemite Beta
Apple on Tuesday released a candidate golden master version of OS X Yosemite and a fourth public beta of OS X Yosemite to developers and the users registered in the public beta-testing program. Tuesday’s releases come two weeks after the releases of previous Yosemite betas that contained numerous bug fixes, design tweaks and other improvements.
The latest beta-version of OS X Yosemite for developers has a build number 14A379a and brings minor fixes to the design and performance of Apple’s desktop operating system. It also contains a fix for the recently-discovered Shellshock bug. Yesterday, the same fix was released for OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion and Lion.
The update is a candidate GM version, which means that the guys from Cupertino may choose another OS X Yosemite beta as a final version in case this one fails the testing.
If to speak about the fourth public beta, it has a build number 14A379b and contains a number of improvements and bug fixes similar to those the version for developers can boast of.
Those who have a developer account can download the candidate golden master version of OS X Yosemite from Apple’s developer portal or from the Mac App Store. If you’re a member of the public beta testing program, you can also update to the latest OS X Yosemite version.
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