OS X 10.11 El Capitan Will Be Released on September 30th, GM Version for Developers is Already Out
At the media event devoted to new iPhones and iPads that took place on Wednesday, Apple announced that the long-awaited OS X 10.11 El Capitan will be released to users worldwide on September 30th. Apart from that, the company seeded the OS X 10.11 El Capitan GM to developers for testing, which is an additional indication of the imminent public release of the desktop operating system.
The most-recent El Capitan version has a build number 15A282b and can boast of a wide number of under-the-hood improvements. Apple managed to make the OS X 10.11 much more stable and efficient, apart from that, the company engineers added some tweaks and improvements to Mail and Safari.
Here’s what Apple writes about the OS X 10.11 El Capitan GM:
This is a pre-release update to OS X v10.11. If you have OS X v10.11 installed, download this update by clicking Updates in the toolbar of the Mac App Store. If you do not have OS X 10.11 installed, use your download code on the Mac App Store to get started.
Although the latest update seems to be a final version of OS X 10.11, I think you shouldn’t update right now since it is still a beta. Wait a bit and you’ll get a stable and fully functional operating system.
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