Apple iOS 9, OS X El Capitan public betas released

Apple has released beta version of its iOS 9 mobile OS and OS X El Capitan for the general public using eligible iOS devices. Users need to join the Apple Beta Software Program with their Apple ID to download the software. Once you have registered for the public beta, a built-in feedback assistant app appears on the Home screen of your iOS device and Dock on your Mac.

The iOS 9 beta is more polished than the version that was available for developers last month. The new update brings a number of new features and improvements like intelligent search with Siri, Split-screen multitasking on iPad, improved built in Map, News & Note apps, improved Apple Pay, Battery optimization and enhanced security features.

Some of the changes in OS X El Capitan include visual enhancements, system level font which is now San Francisco, Split-view feature, Notes app, improved Safari browser & photos app and more.

As the OS is in its initial stage and unfinished it is not going to be a smooth ride and there are high chances you will encounter bugs and face issues. If you are ok with it, hit the source link to get started.

Source : Apple

Kaiser Bey
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Apple iOS 9, OS X El Capitan public betas released Apple iOS 9, OS X El Capitan public betas released Reviewed by Kaiser on 7/10/2015 02:30:00 PM
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