Yosemite OS X is the new version that Apple has released to developers, after two weeks have passed launched its sixth Developer Preview. There have also been three months since at the time, the new desktop operating system was announced in Developers Conference Worldwide held annually.
Since the area of App Store for Mac, you can already have the update 14A343f through the Mac Developer Center. Xcode 6 is another version also available. You also have a new version of Apple Configuraor 1.7, plus an OS X Server 4.0 Developer Preview.
In OS X, Yosemite has a modern look, highlighting the transparency of the bar, which was in addition to windows and other aspects redesigned. Other new features that brings this new OS X is improved integration with iOS 8 plus a more modern view of “Today”, providing third-party applications through the Notification Center. New sources of data have helped redesign the Spotlight search, together with other enhanced options and details such as messages, Safari or Mail applications.
The appearance and characteristics have been improved in appearance, throughout the different tests and modifications that have been made in the trial period. Another aspect they have done in the test period, it is regarding the performance of OS X Yosemite. We see that iTunes has a renewed version, with a nice design, easy to share with friends or family, being somewhat darker in the previous beta. In version 6 Developer Preview, there are new icons, and new Yosemite themes wallpapers and a new image for dashboard.
Currently developers who are registered, are the ones who will have access to Developer Preview, but in the last days of July, the version of OS X Yosemite was accessible by users who want to have it, giving it the designation as a beta broad scope.
Definitely for next fall, it is expected that Apple already has its Yosemite version prepared for the public, having not received many updates as beta version of Yosemite which is in development.