While Apple’s new Photos app and a ton of new emoji stole the limelight when OS X 10.10.3 rolled out to the public last week, there were a number of significant changes under the hood that went unnoticed — including enhanced 4K compatibility, support for Dell’s 5K monitor, and a new protocol that delivers faster SSD performance.
If you want to capture an image on your Mac, you will need to use the screenshot function. People snap screenshots to document computers issues or showcase a high score on Candy Crush. Apple, staying true to its core belief of “keeping it simple” provides a few different ways to take a screenshot on your Mac computer.
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.