As expected, Apple released another preview (Preview 6) for OS X Yosemite. The iPhone maker has consistently kept to a two week schedule for updates as it works toward a fall release. Last year, OS X Mavericks was released at the end of October, though it appears as though Apple is well ahead of that timeframe.
Yosemite was announced at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference in early June, and has been making excellent progress over the past few months. We’ve had it running on multiple Macs here in the office, and haven’t noticed any glaring issues just yet. Aside from expected stability improvements and bug fixes, the latest Developer Preview will likely continue to slowly introduce users to Yosemite’s many different features.
As a quick overview, Yosemite offers a number of new features, such as a flatter design, continuity with iOS, an improved Spotlight and Notification Center, and much more.