Apple has officially seeded the third developer beta of OS X 10.11.5 for testing purposes.
The FBI has confirmed that it informed Apple of a vulnerability in its iPhone software on April 14. It’s thought to be the first time the bureau has disclosed a flaw to Apple as part of the so-called Vulnerability Equities Process.
Apple has seeded the second public beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 for testing purposes.
Just a few weeks ago, the first hint that Apple could be considering changing things up as far as the naming scheme for OS X goes. And now Apple’s hinting at it yet again.
Some low-level files in OS X 10.11.4 indicate that Apple will be renaming OS X to macOS in a future release. An interface file — FUFlightViewController_macOS.nib, in the FlightUtilities framework to be precise — uses the macOS nomenclature, which hints at this possibility.
A German court has ruled against Apple in a video streaming patent case with OpenTV. “The claim is predominantly valid and well-founded,” the court said, before stating Apple cannot sell products that make use of the infringing streaming software in Germany.
Apple’s upcoming desktop release, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, is still in its beta phases, and the company has just released another version to developers and public beta testers.
Apple’s upcoming desktop release, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, is still in its beta phases, and the company has just released another version to developers.
Having a backup of your OS X version is just one way to make sure you’ve got some bases covered just in case something bad happens.