Apple has just seeded the fifth OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta (build number: 14D113c) to developers, and public beta testers. It comes less than a week after the release of the fourth OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta.
Ever since the launch of the first beta for OS X 10.10.3, Apple’s bigger focus on more expansive options for emoji has become quite clear.
On February 5, Apple seeded the first beta for OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite to tester and developers, and now, several weeks later, the second beta has become available.
Following Apple’s acquisition of PrimeSense back in November 2013, a new patent indicates it could be working on a new type of virtual keyboard that would allow users to type in mid-air using a Kinect-like 3D camera system.
Apple last year announced that it was sunsetting Aperture and iPhoto and replacing it with Photos for OS X. Though there has been much discussion about Photos for the Mac, the first version of the software was released today to developers as part OS X 10.10.3. While still in the early stages of development, the app is receiving favorable accolades by reviewers at MacWorld and Yahoo Tech. Read on the first impressions for Photos for the Mac.
Remember the desktop Photos app that Apple announced alongside Yosemite last year? We were promised an “early 2015″ launch, but Apple has how taken down all of the Photos teaser pages from its website. Don’t worry, though; that doesn’t mean it’s no longer coming.