Apple is releasing the upcoming versions of the companies operating systems in public beta versions today.
Apple fans who want to get their hands on new features in OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 can do that today. Apple will release both operating systems in their public beta program. The official release of the stable versions will be in Fall.
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Apple has unveiled OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 at the WWDC 2015 in June. iOS 9 brings lots of updates to the iPhone and iPad. Maps supports public transit, a redesigned Notes app provides great new ways to capture ideas, and the brand new News App. I4U News got already accepted into Apple News and you can add us to your news feeds by just searching i4u.
iOS 9 also features an all-new Siri offering contextual reminders and new ways to search photos and videos. Proactive assistance presents the most relevant information without compromising users’ privacy and suggests actions at a particular moment. The big new iPad feature is the Slide Over feature that lets you simultaneously work in a second app without leaving the first.
The OS X El Capitan brings new levels of stability, performance and security to your Mac. OS X El Capitan introduces enhancements to window management, built-in apps and Spotlight search, and makes everyday activities, from launching apps to accessing email, faster and more responsive. Metal, Apple’s new graphics technology, is integrated into El Capitan, delivering system-wide performance gains and enabling games and pro apps to tap into the full power of Mac graphics processors.
Running beta versions of operating systems has its risks. There will be bugs and stability issues. The reason why Apple is releasing public betas is to catch more bugs faster than it can do in-house.
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The Apple Beta site is right now down preparing for the releases at beta.apple.com.