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OS X El Capitan beta 4 now available for developers

Apple has released the fourth beta version of OS X El Capitan for developers, as well as the second version of the beta for members of the Beta Software Program.

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Comic: The Alpha of Betas

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The Alpha of Betas

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OS X public beta: The ultimate guide

Apple has released a public beta for the upcoming version of OS X El Capitan. That means you can now register to try it out, enroll your Mac, download it, and start to experience what's coming this fall. It's a real beta, though. So you shouldn't put it on your primary Mac, and you should know how to downgrade back to Yosemite if you need to. That's where this guide comes in!

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How to send OS X El Capitan public beta feedback

Betas are for testing. Developer betas are for developers to test with, and they have Bug Reporter—colloquially known as "radar"—to handle any problems they may encounter. Non-developers on the public beta have Feedback Assistant. If you're running the public beta, it's on your Mac and it's easy to use!

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How to downgrade from OS X El Capitan back to OS X Yosemite

The OS X El Capitan public beta is a way to test the next generation of Mac software. If it turns out you don't enjoy the process, or would prefer to wait and try again later, you can go back to Yosemite. Downgrading is a simple process, but it's also a bit of a chore. Don't worry, though, we'll walk you through it!

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OS X 10.10.5 beta now available for Beta Software Program members

Apple has released the beta version of OS X 10.10.5 to members of its Beta Software Program. The update should be available now through the Mac App Store.

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How to download the OS X El Capitan public beta

OS X El Capitan, the next generation of Mac software, is now available as a public beta. If you want to try it out, you'll need to sign up, enroll your Mac, download El Capitan, and install it. It's not an overly complicated process, but we're here to walk you through it and, if you need it, a place to get extra help.

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OS X 10.10.5 enters beta for developers

Apple has launched a beta for OS X 10.10.5 for developers. It is available for download now from Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center.

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iBooks Author 2.3 adds support for ePub 3, opens up ebook creation to anyone

I hadn't been able to open up iBooks Author in the weeks since the June 30 rollout, due to this tiny little thing called Apple Music you probably haven't heard of.

Today, I did. And boy was I surprised to find that not only can iBooks Author create its special Made for iBooks projects, but it now has two ePub templates. Which, yes, create ePub 3 books.

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Small OS X El Capitan beta supplemental update corrects issues with 32-bit apps

Apple has pushed out a small supplemental update for the latest betas of OS X El Capitan, fixing an issue with 32-bit applications.

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