Apple has released the sixth beta of OS X 10.10.3 to developers and members of Apple’s public beta testing program.
The latest OS X 10.3.3 beta comes just a week after the last release and the software is available through the Mac App Store and the Mac Developer Center.
OS X 10.3.3 will bring a range of new features to Apple’s Mac range of computers, one of the major new features is Apple’s new Photos software which will replace iPhoto and Aperture.
Photos will allow you to automatically backup you whole photo library to Apple’s iCloud, the software will store larger files in the cloud and smaller cloud on your Mac, which will give you some extra space on your Mac.
There are also a number of other new features included in the latest beta release of OS X Yosemite. Apple is yet to give an exact date on when OS X 10.3.3 will be released, although in the last two betas there have only been minor big fixes, so it looks like the software is getting closer to release.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Technology News