Apple has vowed to eliminate the Thunderstrike 2 exploit in Macs “as soon as possible,” according to The Guardian. The promise comes just days after the firmware worm was first made public by a team of security researchers at LegbaCorp.
Ever since June, when Apple officially unveiled OS X El Capitan, the next iteration of Apple’s desktop operating system, betas have been trickling out.
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Earlier on July 22, Apple released the second public beta for iOS 9. Now, hot on the heels of that release, desktop public beta testers have something to look forward to as well.
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Apple today released the first public beta of OS X 10.10.5 to testers. The public beta comes a couple of days after the company had released a beta of the OS meant for developers.
Apple recently made OS X 10.11 El Capitan available to its public beta members. iOS 9 is also available for beta users, which we will also show you how to install. If you haven’t signed up to be a beta tester, the process is pretty easy and you can check out all the steps right here. Once you’ve singed up for the beta program the install is pretty smooth and we have all the steps covered for you.