OSX Yosemite BETA opens to the public

If you’re not on Apple’s developer program or you didn’t watch the WWDC livestream then you most probably have not heard much about the upcoming release of OSX Yosemite for Mac, it comes packed with hundreds of new updates such as a redesigned interface, spotlight, iCloud drive, and you can even send SMS and receive your phone calls directly on your Mac.

Apple released its first public BETA a few months ago and now it has opened up the BETA to the public, for those lucky people who signed up for the BETA program you would have been emailed your redemption codes via email, it is only open to the first one million users, Apple has issued a statement asking anyone that does get access to please give feedback via the Feedback Assistant application.

Apple are set to launch OSX Yosemite later this fall along side iOS8.

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Craig Fox