As well as releasing iOS 8 Beta 3, Apple also released a new beta version of their desktop OS, in the form of OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3.
The new developer preview of OS X Yosemite enables a number of new features on Apple’s desktop OS, which include Dark Mode, updated setting and a new QuickTime icon.
OS X Yosemite will bring a massive range of new features to Apple’s desktop OS, this will include a wide range of design changes, and features.
Some of the new features include an updated Notification Center, updates to Safari, Mail and Messages, plus a new iCloud Drive, which will let you backup all of your files, including your photos to the cloud.
There is also deeper integration with iOS, you will now be able to answer calls from your iPhone on your Mac, and also send and reply to text messages and more.
Other new features include things like instant hotspot, which will automatically let you use your iPhone as a hotspot with your Mac, plus there is a new feature called Handoff, that lets you switch from viewing content on your iPhone or iPad to your Mac instantly.
Apple is releasing a public beta of OS X Yosemite this summer, it will be available to one million people, and the final release is expected some time this fall.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Technology News