Two days ago, apple pushed the latest beta version of OS X system to developers, El Capitan 10.11.3 beta1. Now, the first public beta is officially coming, users can upgrade through the relevant pages of the beta project or the “update” of the MAC app store.
As usual, now Apple has pushed the public beta version again. Users who have registered for the beta software program should receive Apple’s push updates. Users can upgrade through the relevant pages of the beta project or the “update” of the MAC app store.
As for the specific update content, there is still no major functional update found in the test version of OS X 10.11.3. It is likely to be similar to the previous OS X 10.11.2, paying more attention to performance improvement and bug repair. Of course, some of the bottom (egg) upgrades Apple won’t tell you in the upgrade directory.
OS X El Capitan should pay more attention to the performance improvement than Yosemite, rather than the superposition of new functions, so it can be predicted that each version upgrade of El Capitan will be based on a slightly updated tone. After upgrading to version 10.11.2, the user feedback shows that the experience of the new version has been improved to some extent, but there is still a gap from “perfection”.
Related reading: Apple releases OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan’s second developer beta