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.
The fourth beta comes less than a week after the third public beta was released by the company. With only around a month left for Apple to release the final version of OS X El Capitan to the public, it is likely that the company is focusing on bug fixes and performance improvements with these quick beta releases.
OS X El Capitan brings some major performance improvements to the OS, and also introduces Metal APIs for better graphical performance and APIs for developers to take advantage off.
If you are already running a public beta of OS X El Capitan on your Mac, you can grab the latest beta release by going to the Mac App Store.