Final version of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 download is now available for Mac users. Here's the complete changelog and where you can download it from.
After a handful of Developer Previews, Apple recently unleashed the first Beta of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. In a change from the usual schedule, though, the beta was open to the general public, allowing anybody with an Apple ID to indulge, and as we close in on that eventual end user release scheduled for the fall, the Cupertino tech giant has just rolled out the 5th Developer Preview of Yosemite. Details, as ever, can be seen after the leap.
Apple has just seeded the fourth developer preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite for those subbed to its Mac Developer Program, and therein, you're likely to find general performance enhancements and bug fixes along with a shiny new release of iTunes 12 beta. Details, can be found after the break.
Apple has just rolled out an update to the Developer Preview of OS X Yosemite 10.10. The latest build of the forthcoming Mac software, which is slated for release later on in the fall, has been treated to an extensive list of bug fixes and general performance tweaks, details of which you may find after the break.
When Apple announced OS X 10.10 Yosemite at WWDC last week, the Mac finally received a version of its operating system that more closely resembles some of the design philosophies that iOS 7 brought to the iPhone and iPad. Just like when Apple updated its mobile operating system last year, Yosemite will usher in a new look for all of Apple's first-party apps, which means that third-party developers will need to start looking at making their own apps fit the overall look and feel of the new OS.
If you're a Mac owner, there's a good chance you'll be interested in downloading and installing the Developer Preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which Apple took the wraps off only last week. But if you don't want to overwrite your current set-up and would prefer to install the unfinished build separately, we're now going to show you how this dual-boot alternative can be achieved by creating a separate partition on your OS X machine's main storage device.
We're still continuing to learn new bits of information all the time with regards to iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and with communication being an integral part of both of Apple's main operating systems, it should come as little surprise that both iMessage and FaceTime look set for some healthy improvements.
Apple just announced and released the Developer Preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and although the forthcoming Mac software update offers a little more than a few cosmetic changes, it is indeed those aesthetic tweaks that are most noticeable about this particular version. Here, we take a look at Yosemite's UI elements versus the corresponding design of the preceding OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and although it doesn't, on the whole, feel as dramatic a departure from tradition as iOS 7 did back in September of last year, the breakdown really hits home how much work Apple's design team has put in.
OS X 10.10 Yosemite Developer Preview 1 is immediately available to those who have stumped up the $99 annual fee and are enrolled in Apple’s Developer Program. And for those who aren’t, you’re not completely out of luck, as Apple had announced the OS X Beta Seed Program a while back, to give users a chance to test drive pre-release OS X software without being a developer. In this guide, we’ll show you how to sign up for the OS X Beta Seed Program and gear yourself up for OS X Yosemite beta, when it's available sometime this summer.
With almost all major new software releases from Apple, older devices and machines tend to get left behind, and having just announced iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite at its WWDC keynote earlier on this week, it has since been confirmed that the the iPhone 4 will not be carried over to the next generation of Apple's mobile software line. Yosemite hasn't, however, claimed any victims, and so if your Mac is compatible with OS X 10.9 Mavericks or indeed 10.8 Mountain Lion, then you should have no problem applying this free Yosemite update when it eventually does release.