Today, Apple released their 3rd beta for OS X Yosemite 10.10.5, just a week after they had released their 2nd beta for the version of OS X.
The build 14F25a comes as a Mac App Store update to all developer account holders who are running Yosemite Beta.
Mac Rumors has reported that “the first and second OS X 10.10.5 betas did not appear to include any consumer-facing changes, so it’s likely that this update focuses on behind-the-scenes bug fixes and performance enhancements. OS X 10.10.5 beta 2 introduced a fix for the DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE exploit that’s been making headlines over the last few days, and the security flaw will be patched as soon as OS X 10.10.5 is released to the public.”
There’s a pretty good chance that 10.10.5 will be the last update to Yosemite, considering OS X El Capitan will be coming out in a couple of months. Of course when El Capitan is released, Apple might release a few bug fixes for Yosemite 10.10.5 if you don’t upgrade. But seriously though, who WOULDN’T want El Capitan?
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