OS X Yosemite Release Date Update: All Updates By Apple
Although Apple's newest desktop operating system, OS X Yosemite, will not be officially launched until this fall. Cupertino-based company has released Beta 3 on September 15. The update labeled build "14A361" is available to all registered developers who are paying the annual fee of $99. This is for advanced aced to the software. You can install this on Mac running on OS X Mavericks.
Reports from website announced that Apple can release another public beta sooner than the release of the final version of OS. After which, it can be made available to the public. The release of the third beta is an indication that Apple can make some twists on the operating system.
There are benefits of the latest OS X Yosemite. One of this is enhanced integration of device between Apple devices such as iPhones, Macs, and iPad, and more probably on the incoming Apple watch.
OS X Yosemite has this "continuity" feature. This will allow users to transfer their documents or files to other device. It also features a renewed interface having several recent applications. Moreover, the Spotlight has given an updated interface and additional functions. For example, it has the ability to sync with search engines.
The exact date of the final released for OS X Yosemite has not yet announced. However, speculators believed that it will go along with the release of new OS, iOS 8. Also, the launch date has not been announced yet, but it will possibly be released this late October. This was the date when OS X Mavericks was released on 2013.
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