Starting with the 24th of July 2014, Apple fans will be able to make use of the new OS X Yosemite. Developers have had the possibility to test drive this operating system for desktops for several weeks now.
Apple declared for the Register that the 10.10 version of OS X would be available starting with the 24th of July. The OS X Yosemite Beta can be downloaded by users who enlisted for the public beta program.
It seems that the giant electronic company has made everything possible to confirm the previous rumors about Yosemite Beta being released in late July.
The operating system was announced for the first time during the Worldwide Developer Conference which was held in San Francisco in the month of June this year. Since then, the operating system has been available for the Apple developers under the form of a closed beta program.
The Yosemite is a follow-up of the OS X Mavericks. Apple claims that the new system will have better sport integration for iOS devices. Not only for them but also for later versions of Spotlight, Safari, Mail and others.