As it usually happens every two weeks, Cupertino’s servers have just released the iOS 8 beta 5 , as well as the developer preview 5 of OS X Yosemite. Two new versions of the last two Apple operating systems that bring us a little closer to the user experience promised during the last WWDC.
iOS 8 beta 5, error correction
You can see that we are approaching the final version, and that is that this last beta only contains the classics bug fixes and no major new features. This is what appears in the changelog , however, it will be a matter of hours before we find news in the latest iPhone and iPad beta.
If you already have the beta 4 installed, updating to the beta 5 is very easy from the Settings application. The new version occupies a total of 224 MB.
OS X Yosemite DP 5, plus error correction
As with the iOS 8 beta, there are no new features in the desktop version , not according to Apple. Again, it will be a matter of hours before we compile all the new features and show them to you right here, so stay tuned.
We’re on the fifth version of the iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite betas , so we’ll be missing two or three versions before we reach the final one, which will be available to the public and won’t require developer accounts or special stuff.
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