Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite Gold-Master-Status

Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite Gold-Master-Status

Mac users can look forward to an early release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Apple has now largely completed the development work on its new desktop operating system and currently distributes the so-called “gold master” version of the developer community. If no fatal errors are discovered more in this version, they will correspond to the final version of Yosemite. For home users, participating in the public Yosemite preview program, Apple is also a fourth and probably last beta version on the Mac App Store for download.

The build numbers of the gold master and the fourth public beta version of OS X 10.10 Yosemite differ only marginally, according to computer base. While the gold-master reports with the build number 14A379a, in the Beta build number 14A379b is displayed. This suggests that the beta 4 should also largely correspond to the final version. For users who already had the beta 3 on your Mac in use, suggests the update to Beta 4 with 900 megabytes to book.

Despite the clear evidence that OS X 10.10 Yosemite is now basically done, Apple has not yet indicated the date from Mac users can download the final version of the operating system for free in the Mac App Store. For some time now, however, stubbornly keep rumors that intend to hold another event in October by the Californians, OS X 10.10 released to the both, as well as new Macs and iPads will be presented. Recently reported about 9to5Mac that Apple could introduce, among other first iMacs with retina display in October. Also a brand new 12-inch MacBook has been speculated several times.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite brings several new features to the 8 are of particular interest in conjunction with IOS. Thus, a Mac with OS X are 10:10 for example, coupled with an iPhone with iOS 8 and can be followed only for calls, but also use them for writing and receiving SMS. The most obvious change of Yosemite is for experienced Mac users but certainly the new design of the user interface that is very similar to what we know of iOS 7 or 8 iOS ago.

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