Apple Seeded OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Beta 3 To Developers – Includes Force Touch Update
The second beta for OS X Yosemite was announced on 23rd February and weeks later the third beta has arrived which is handed over to developers and testers. The third beta with a model number 14D98g has been released which constitutes new features in the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3.
The latest beta version includes a new and improved Photos App with a slight change, replacing iPhoto and Aperture. The OS X version for Photos is now similar to that of iOS in both categories, features and appearance. The approach to management is also share by the two cross platformed apps with an organizer bundled with base line editing tools.
OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Beta 3 Handed To Developers And Testers
Apart from the Photos App, OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 has a makeover to its single page emoji picker which includes new emoji skin tone modifier and emoji. For greater diversity, the emoji picker has been diversified by adding people to it along with 32 country flags like India, Canada and more. Apple has also made some alterations to reflect its products better supplanting the current emoji for Watch and Computer with an Apple Watch and an iMac. The Google ‘Two factor authentication’ is also added in OS X Yosemite 10.10.3.
You can download the third OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta version however, you need to be a registered developer to do so. It is available on the Developers portal at Apple’s official website.
The OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 3 has API’s on Apple’s new technology, Force Touch which are handed to the developers to take advantage of. The Force Touch technology is introduced on Apple’s recently announced 12-Inch MacBook and MacBook Pro 13-Inch 2015.
The Force click feature present in 2015 MacBook demands new features in OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 3. Applications can have any region on the screen to respond to both a tap and a pressurized force touch. The force touch can provide more functionality on the same scale.
Accelerators would have a different role to play, the force touch can give even more accessibility to the users in media section like fast rewind/forward. The playback time is operational to different sensitivities on the trackpad
Pressure sensitivity would allow creative applications to respond users with greater control and accuracy. The brush can be given a thicker or thinner style in response pressure sensitivity.
Drag and Drop capabilities can be enhanced like an addition of a SpringLoaded feature to the controls. This would enable users to interact to a Force click while in the amid of performing a drag, to create new folder for the drop, for instance.
This all for the seeded OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 3 and its potential use and capabilities. Do let us know if you think you can associate a new operation to the new trackpad, considering it will be part of the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 update.