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Apple has released the first public beta of OS X Yosemite and you can download it now if you are part of the beta program - but you should know that the build is still a bit buggy.
Starting tomorrow, if you signed up for Apple's public beta of OS X 10.10, you will be able to download the beta and try out the new bits ahead of the final release later this year.
Apple has released another update to iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 that will bring more stability to the platform and is available now to developers via the App Stores on each device.
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If you are running either of Apple's next-generation operating systems, there is a new beta to download but you should do so with caution as these builds are not intended for production devices.
Alongside other announcements, FaceTime will support free audio conference calling in the latest iteration of iOS which was unveiled at this year's World Wide Developers Conference.
Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite (10.10) at WWDC earlier, and since we know that not everyone will want to download the beta bits, we put together a gallery of the company's latest operating system.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco today, Apple unveiled the latest version of OS X named 'Yosemite' which offers visual and under-the-hood tweaks to previous versions of OS X.
Leaked photos of OS X 10.10, the latest version of the Mac OS which is expected to be unveiled today at WWDC, show a much 'flatter' design similar to that of iOS with new features ported from iOS.
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