Apple rolled out OS X Yosemite Beta developer preview 7

By | September 3, 2014

Apple released a OS X Yosemite beta developer preview 7, two weeks after releasing the developer preview 6 and three months after unveiling the new desktop operating system at its annual world wide developers conference.

yosemite_dp_7_devThis update build 14A343f is available in the Mac app store and through the Mac developer center, There is also a new version of xcode 6, am OS X version 4.0 developer preview and an updated version of Apple configuration 1.7. This update OS X Yosemite beta 7 brings a flatter and modern look to the Operating system. With an emphasis on translucency and redesigned dock windows will and more. Where it also includes the some of the new magnitude features has improved the integration with iOS 8 with continuity.

Some of the features can able to integrate with the third party applications, a retooled spot light search with new data sources and the several new features of app like messages, mail and safari. During the process of testing period, each developer preview has added new features which adds new look as well as performance of  the Operating system will comes good.

As per this latest update, this developer preview is limited to the registered developers, but as per July Apple use to give the OS X Yosemite is available for the  Public as a part of wide range beta test. The pre-release version of Yosemite will available for the registered candidates whose who participated in the beta testing. Apple is expected to release the Yosemite to the public. Stay tune for more information.