Apple Releases Sixth OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Beta to Developers and Public Beta Testers
Apple on Monday seeded the sixth OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta to developers and the members of public beta testing program. The release came just one week after the release of the fifth beta, which contained a number of minor stability and performance improvements, and nearly two months after the debut of the first 10.10.3 beta.
The most recent OS X version has a build number 14D127a and contains nothing else, but minor enhancements. In particular, the guys from Cupertino fixed several bugs in the Photos app and made the operating system more stable and efficient.
As to the features, which make OS X 10.10.3 different from OS X 10.10.2, they include the aforementioned Photos app, which will replace the iPhoto and Aperture apps, the support of Google’s two-step verification, new emojis and a bunch of minor security and stability fixes.
The public release of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 is expected to take place in the near future, however, the exact date still remains unknown. If you have a developer or public beta tester account, you can download the latest OS X beta right now. It is available either through Apple’s dev portal, or using the Software Update option. I don’t recommend to install this OS X build on your main computer as it may be quite unstable.
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