Archive for April 2nd, 2015

by Tom Nelson

Apple has released the seventh update to the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta program. This update is for Apple developers, as well as those of us participating in the public beta program of the new version of Yosemite.


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This latest update carries the build number 14D130a, and includes bug fixes and a request from Apple to spend time testing both Safari and Mail.

Photos, included as part of the Yosemite beta, has seen many of its known issues fixed, with only a thumbnail viewing issue that occurs for imported Aperture image libraries remaining. Photos has been moving through the beta process quite smoothly, and appears to be on course to provide a nice replacement for iPhoto. Aperture users, though, will probably find the Photos feature set too limiting for pro level work. But we won’t be sure until the public release of the new version of Yosemite and the Photos app.

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