Apple Releases OS X El Capitan 10.11 Beta 4 to Developers for Testing

Apple Releases OS X El Capitan 10.11 Beta 4 to Developers for Testing

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Apple has released OS X El Capitan 10.11 beta 4 to developers for testing. The build number of the new beta is 15A226f.

This is a pre-release update to OS X v10.11. If you have OS X v10.11 installed, download this update by clicking Updates in the toolbar of the Mac App Store. If you do not have OS X 10.11 installed, use your download code on the Mac App Store to get started.

Known Issues
• Devices running iOS 9 Beta may not connect to iTunes on OS X El Capitan Developer Beta 4. To resolve install Xcode 7 beta or iTunes 12.2 or later.
• Xcode 6.x has known compatibility issues when run on OS X El Capitan. It is strongly encouraged that you use Xcode 7 when running on OS X El Capitan.
• AIM video chat and screen sharing in Messages are not available in this beta.
• Faces may not be detected in newly-imported photos.
• Email received before installing OS X El Capitan Beta 1 will not work with the Proactive Assistant features.
• The share menu may not create new Mail compose windows when used with some apps.
• Lifting and Stamping adjustments in Aperture may cause the app to unexpectedly exit.
• The Mail app may not be visible after reboot. To work around, quit the app and relaunch.
• iCloud Keychain will not sync passwords & credit cards with previous versions of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Beta.
• Some full screen metal applications may not update reliably. Running the application in a windowed mode may resolve the problem.
• Flash Player does not work with Safari’s tab audio feature.

Developers can get a download code for El Capitan from the link below...

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Apple Releases OS X El Capitan 10.11 Beta 4 to Developers for Testing
itasara - July 22, 2015 at 5:33am
It seems like Yosemite just came out... now we have to deal with a new IOS and more adjustments and more problems to solve... Why can't we just improve and fix what we have now and not keep moving on to a new IOS? I'm still dealing with issues I don't care for in Yosemite...I have sent in my comments. Do they do any good? We have gotten away from the apple theme and I'm sad about that. There are more varieties of Apples than the number of IOS's you'll ever come up with; Apple was what Steve Job's liked. What does that have to do with snow leopard, or tiger, or yosemite, or el capitan? Is there a method to this kind of naming? How about - Cortland, or Fuji or Alfrison or Sandow or Santana or Saturn or Quint or Wolf River - just to name a few apple varieties...