Apple has made iOS 8 beta 5 and OS X 10.10 preview 5 available for developers with updated UI and bug fixes.
According to 9to5mac, users who installed the iOS 8 beta 5 update discovered various UI tweaks and improvements such as Spirometry data types in HealthKit, new iCloud icons, SMS relay feature for using another iPhone to access messages, UI changes in Health app among other undocumented changes.
The OS X 10.10 developer preview on the other hand includes more performance improvements, under the hood changes along with a few UI tweaks such as transparency in Calculator app, enhanced Spotlight blur and changes in system controls.
Other pre-release applications that have been updated in addition to OS X preview are Xcode 6, OS X Server 4, Apple Configurator 1.7 and the Swift programming language.
Apple will be launching both platforms later this year and both bring many new features to the mobile and desktop operating systems. You can take a look at OS X Yosemite here and iOS 8, here, to gain a better understanding of each operating system and what they offer.
Source: 9to5mac | Image via 9to5mac