As we all know that Apple has thrown an update to its beta mobile operating iOS 8 beta 5, on the other side OS X Yosemite also received an updated developer preview, Developer preview 5. OS X Yosemite version 10.10 is the 11th Major update to Apple’s of Apple’s desktop and Macintosh operating systems. It was announced and released for developers at WWDC 2014 on June 2nd 2014.And would be available to general public in late 2014.
If you are a Developer you can have and enjoy Apple’s latest operating system OS X Yosemite now. You can find how to guides about getting developers account and Downloading and installing OS X Yosemite beta 5 now. Apple has seeded the fifth update just after two weeks of releasing Beta 4 OS X Yosemite. The update is available at the Mac App store and would soon be available at Mac Developers center. Those enrolled in Beta testing program might not get the beta updates as much as developers will.
Over the time every beta version comes with something new i.e. bug fixes, improvements and tweaks. OS X Yosemite is undoubtedly packed with exciting new features as well as it comes with the newer modern design. OS X Yosemite beta 5 comes with some noticeable changes which we would discuss below as we try to keep you a step ahead.
System Preferences: A new fresh look has been given to system preferences and a slight change is given to the top bar which over all gives it a new look.
Volume/Brightness control: A new redesigned look has been given to volume control as well as brightness control in OS X Yosemite which is an addition to new environment.
LaunchPad: A new download progress bar has been added to the LaunchPad which would really be helpful.
Calculator: The redesigned calculator has been slightly changed and made more transparent.
Safari: A new setting which enables safari to show full web address has added.
Apple would be throwing updates to the beta version with addition of tweaks, bug fixes and improvements until the final/official release of the OS X Yosemite, Let’s see what Apple comes up with the Public/Final release of the OS X Yosemite, which is expected to be this fall. Those who are not developers will have wait till we have hands on experience with the exciting new features of OS X Yosemite.