Todo lo que OS X puede compartir fácilmente y en qué puede ayudarte
One, two, three… and now four. Lately all the news are leaks about what awaits us at WWDC, but at Cupertino they are not distracted and continue working on the betas of the more immediate versions. OS X 10.10.4 now has its beta 4 (build 14E26a), both for the developer community and for those who signed up for the public beta.
In this beta, at the moment, we have no major changes or updates that have been highlighted by Apple. In the release notes there are the classic stability and security improvements , which may also suggest that work is already focusing on polishing up the last details before the update officially and stably appears.
When? Well, we don’t know that. But with a week to go before WWDC you might want to have some minor news ready to encourage the staff. As always, you can update this beta from the Mac App Store itself as long as you are signed up for the public beta or are part of the developer program.
If you are adventurous, this beta can give you access to the next news Apple is preparing for its OS X. But beware: we are talking about a test and unstable version that you should not install and use every day as your main system .