Continuing with the recent beta releases, Apple came up again with another beta release of its OS X 10.11.4. The beta 5 is released for both developers and public for testing its features before the final release. The fresh beta release also came out just a week after Apple released the earlier beta version to public after making up a couple of days with developers.
The OS X 10.11.4 beta 5 for developers and public include improvements in certain areas. As per the details the beta release will improve the Mac stability, compatibility and security features. Besides the key improvements Apple has mentioned iBook, Messages, Notes and Photos particularly focused in the new beat release.
Some of the noted changes that you will look forward in the new OS X 10.11.4 beta 5 include the support for Live photos. It can now handle Live Photos capture on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus camera. After update users can view the Live Photos and also can share them over the iMessage. Also the beta 5 enables users to set password to protect items in the Notes app.
Besides the improved protection which you can attain after setting passwords to particular items there are some other new things included to the Notes. For instance, now the updates make importing files from other competing apps much easier. You can import text and other files from other note taking apps right into the Notes.
This is done with with the new Import Notes option in the Notes app on the OS X 10.11.4 beta 5. Using the import notes option you can pick files from the apps like the Evernote to import in the Notes. With this option now you can easily migrate files from other apps to the Notes. You can also add your files with .txt or.rtf ext into the Notes app from iCloud. The new update is also expected to solve the recently reported issues with Safari.
Along with OS X 10.11.4 beta 5 release for developers and beta users, Apple has also rollout out the update for Apple Watch watchOS 2.2 beta 5 and tvOS 9.2 build for Apple TV. The beta 5 starts rolling out soon after the one week of the beta 4 release.
According to the details, watchOS 2.2 beta 5 includes fresh designs for Apple Maps app and new glances compatible with iOS 9.3 beta multi-watch feature. Other important features are Yelp’s Nearby Search which will help finding the local businesses near your home or office.
As discussed above, tvOS 9.2 beta release has also been rolled out which includes better support for dictation, iCloud Photo library and Bluetooth keyboards support.
Apple is going to hold a media event on March 21 and it is most probably the release date for iOS 9.3 and other related Operating systems running on iDevices.