Apple Dispatched Second Beta For OS X El Capitan To Developers

Ali Salman
Posted Jun 23, 2015
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It’s been some days since the WWDC event ended and developers were seeded the first beta for OS X El Capitan, Apple’s newest inclusion to the OS X. Today, Apple has seeded another beta to the developers, making it second to count. The OS X El Capitan Beta 2 will be tested by developers for any further changes that Apple considered. The final update will be released later this fall, so there’s no hurry to it until the company has it all figured out and ready to work.

The OS X El Capitan beta 2 holds a build number 15A204h and developers can get their hands on it from the official Mac App Store or the Developer Center. Along with the beta release, Apple has also released a second beta for OS X Server 5.0. While there might be many performance upgrades, El Capitan has been built on Yosemite’s framework. So lets head on to some deeper insight over the second beta for OS X El Capitan.

Apple Seeds OS X El Capitan Beta 2 To Registered Developers

While Apple has already bragged about the efficiency of El Capitan as opposed to Yosemite, there are a handful of features which are pretty useful on a day to day basis which might be productive in terms of both home and office use. Apple introduced Metal that has the potential to provide 40 percent more efficient graphics. Henceforth, Apple has focused an overall jump in performance as well as some differences in design language.

Moreover, to be a little more specific, Apple gave some enhanced properties to the Spotlight search which are more accurate in finding stuff from way more specific locations. You can now also pin your favorite or most frequent visited websites to the browser and a universal kill switch for any background sound that might be playing in any tab. On the productivity side, you can now open two apps at once with full screen in Split View. There are enumerable other major and minor changes like font and mission control improvement as well.

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In the iOS categorical applications like Notes, Mail, Photos, Maps have experienced a minor upgrade. While, Integration and visuals have been improved as well. However, not everyone has the authenticity to download and install the second beta of OS X E Capitan but the permission lies only for registered developers. If you want to get hold of the beta, Apple will provide a public beta in July that will be accessible by everyone. That’s to it folks. Leave your thoughts in the comments of how you liked the changes introduced in El Capitan as opposed to Yosemite.

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