Apple has just released the third golden master candidate of OS X Yosemite to developers.
The latest version of the developer preview of the new major iteration of the company’s desktop operating system is available to download from the Mac App Store and the Mac Developer Center.
Apple is set to officially release OS X Yosemite later this fall, with its rollout plans for the free software update expected to be announced at its special media event on Thursday, Oct. 16.
Unveiled by Apple at WWDC last June alongside iOS 8, OS X Yosemite aka OS X 10.10 features a flat and modern interface inspired by iOS 7 and a number of other improvements, including support for Continuity and iCloud Drive.
Ahead of the software update’s launch, Apple has asked AppleSeed members to join its OS X Yosemite AirDrop “test fest” and developers to submit their OS X Yosemite apps for inclusion in the Mac App Store.
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