Apple’s last major public release of Yosemite came last month when it pushed out OS X 10.10.3 with a totally overhauled Photos application. It has since been at work on a new version of its operating system, OS X 10.10.4, and the third beta was pushed out to developers on Monday.

The first beta of OS X 10.10.4 was released back in April, but unlike OS X 10.10.3, Apple still hasn’t detailed what’s changing behind the scenes with its next update, which is kind of strange. In an image obtained by 9to5Mac, however, Apple says that focus areas of build 14E17e include Arabic and Hebrew languages, migration and Photos; that suggests that OS X 10.10.4 could just build on many of the features released inside of OS X 10.10.3, instead of offering a bunch of new functions.

Developers should be able to apply the update through the Mac App Store.