Apple has officially released OS X 10.11.5 for public download and consumption. The official availability of the fifth update to OS X El Capitan comes on the back of four prior pre-release beta seeds, and is available for all compatible Macs through the usual update mechanisms.
Android-based Remix OS for Intel-powered desktop PCs and Macs is available to download right now. Here's what you need to know.
9to5Mac is reporting that a couple of new gestures have been uncovered in the the iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 4. There seems to be a triple tap gesture and a long press gesture revealed. In the gestures folder, a couple of new plist files have been discovered: "3Tap.plist" and "LongPress.plist".
The Loop is reporting that it is possible the iPhone and iPad firmware will not unify until fall of this year. iPad will be released with OS 3.2, but the folks over at The Loop are suggesting the iPhone OS will not be updated until the summer, with the release of new hardware.