Apple’s upcoming desktop release, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, is still in its beta phases, and the company has just released another version to developers and public beta testers.
This is the seventh developer (and public) beta for OS X 10.11.4, which is build 15E64a. It’s been a week since Apple seeded the sixth beta to developers, and just over seven weeks since Apple seeded the first beta. The new software isn’t stocked with a plethora of new features, but it does bring support for Live Photos within the Messages app. It also supports more secure Notes.
Apple is also making it possible, and even easy, to import data and notes from Evernote into the stock Notes app. The update also fixes an issue with opening Twitter links, which previously led to only broken paths.
As for what’s new in this specific release, that is not known at this time. However, if anything is discovered we will update this post accordingly.
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