Apple today released the 7th developer beta of their latest version of OS X, El Capitan. The update will be made available to all developer account holders running the beta.
New features are probably not present in this build due to the launch date of OS X approaching us. It will, however, probably include all the changes made to OS X in Public Beta 5, which was pulled from Apple’s servers yesterday while some people were still able to download the update to their Macs.
Public Beta 5 is now also live for all public beta testers of OS X El Capitan, which wasn’t available yesterday, as mentioned before.
The update is available in the “Updates” tab in the Mac App Store.
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