June 2, 2014
At its keynote address kicking off WWDC 2014 today, Apple has announced the next iteration of its Mac operating system. Dubbed "Yosemite," the new version of OS X boasts a number of new features. Unsurprisingly, a preview of Yosemite will be made available to developers today. The official version of the software, however, won't be available to the public until this fall, with a definite release date likely to be announced by Apple in the interim. Like Mavericks before it, Yosemite will be available as a free update. In a rather surprising development, Yosemite will also be available as a public beta throughout out the summer. Excited? Stay tuned to AppAdvice for more of Apple's announcements from WWDC 2014. For real-time updates, check out our live blog of the WWDC keynote.