Just a day after Apple released the sixth beta of OS X El Capitan, the company has seeded the fourth beta of the OS to all public beta testers out there.
It’s a pretty well-known fact that Steve Jobs wasn’t the biggest fan of Adobe Flash. He explains his reasoning at length, and it is for these reasons that Safari doesn’t come with Flash already enabled, nor do iPhones, iPads, or iPods natively support Flash. With its ongoing and recent security issues it may be time for everyone to rethink their acceptance of Adobe Flash. For Mac owners that use Google Chrome instead of Safari as their primary browser, you can disable Flash as well.
Yesterday, a report surfaced that outlined Apple’s plans to launch its own mobile virtual network operator service in the United States and Europe.