Archive for September 2nd, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Apple on September 2 released the seventh version of OS X Yosemite Developer Preview. Coming roughly two weeks after the previous release, this build once again seems to contain just some UI updates in the form of new icons and name changes, and some small changes to how some UI elements are presented or work.


Image courtesy of Apple

Apple tends not to divulge a great deal of information to its developers with each update of the Yosemite beta, and this release is no exception. Thus, all of the Mac information sites are busy trying to discover anything new in the OS.

So far, there are new icons for Disk Utility, Keychain Access, and ColorSync; at least, that’s one claim, but when I look at the icons, I don’t see much of a difference from the previous versions. Perhaps it’s better to say they’re slightly revised rather than call them new.

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