Apple had been hinting at the debut of its OS X Yosemite Beta and after the substantial amount of efforts made by the developers, the company has finally made OS X Yosemite available for testing in the market. The users can now also have a test drive at the OS X Yosemite before its official launch this fall.
The OS X Beta program was earlier announced in the month of April. This was a major sign of the company in shifting its development cycle. The OS X beta testing process is similar to the likes of the campaigns already practiced by Google and Microsoft. Average Mac users are needed by Apple and not simply developers, in order to make OS X way better.
OS X Yosemite was announced by Apple at the annual WWDC developer conference held in June. The OS X Yosemite was announced keeping in view the idea to bridge the distance between OS X and iOS. This OS would be equipped with a glass like design used for Finder, which will be redesigned for Spotlight search. The only disappointing news for the fans is that the more exciting features of OS X would not debut in the market anytime before fall this year.
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You have to keep caution while going on to download the latest version of OS X beta on the main machine of yours. This is due to a simple reason; OS X Yosemite is actually an unfinished software and with such software, you cannot anticipate expected results.
Apple is quite excited about the new OS being launched. The OS X beta testing is also making huge rounds in the media and it has increased the curiosity of the fans who awaiting the arrival of OS X in the market. Head over to here, to register for Apple’s Beta test program.
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