Apple releases public betas OS X and iOS 9 from 10:11




Apple has released the test versions of OS X as 10:11 El Capitan as iOS nine publicly released for users who have signed up for the beta program of the manufacturer. Until now, only “developers” with the operating system to work.

ios 9 Both OS X and iOS 10:11 9 are available via Apple’s beta program . Not everyone who has registered will be able to immediately download the software: Apple rolls the trails in phases. Apple released earlier beta versions of its operating system for the Mac and for the iPhone and iPad, but which were only download for ‘developers’, although in practice there were many more users than developers only have access to the software. From now on all registered users testing the software.

It is not known where the public test versions differ from the earlier betas. Apple warns that it still comes to software that is still in development, so some apps and services may not yet fully functioning.

Apple has with iOS 9 include Siri made smarter with Proactive Assistant. IPad users can go from iOS apps 9 two running side by side and folders now show four by four icons. Further, the Notes app gets support for photos and drawings and maps showing the program public transport routes, but not yet in the Benelux.

OS X 10:11 El Capitan especially promises performance improvements when loading and bring multitasking. The OpenGL library is replaced by Metal, which gives developers more direct access to the graphics chip. Furthermore, OS X includes a 10:11 split-screen capability and the Spotlight search feature extensively.



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