Keeping right on schedule, Apple has released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 7. Registered developers can download the software now directly from the Mac App Store.

This new version comes a little more than two weeks after preview 6 was released in late August.

We’ll definitely let you know if we find any major changes in this version of Yosemite.

Originally announced back at WWDC with iOS 8, OS X version 10.10 is a major visual overhaul of Apple’s desktop OS. It features a very modern, iOS 7-like UI and a number of other improvements.

While iOS 8 is expected to hit the gold master phase soon with the “iPhone 6” unveiling set for next week, it may be a little while before Yosemite is ready for the public. Most recent reports say it should arrive for free sometime in October.

For other news today, see: Sorry Apple, but Wellograph is the world’s first sapphire crystal smart watch, New photos once again point to 2,915 mAh battery for 5.5-inch ‘iPhone 6,’ and Here’s why Apple’s ‘iWatch’ might not make it until next year.