Apple Opens Mac OS X Betas to the Public
Apple on Tuesday opened the OS X beta testing process to the public via the Beta Seed Program.
This move represents a rather drastic change of pace for Apple, which has never before enabled such access.
The OS X Beta Seed Program, as Apple explains, gives users the opportunity to run pre-release software. "Test-drive beta software and provide quality and usability feedback that will help make OS X even better," Apple says.
Those who wish to participate are now encouraged to do so.
"Join the OS X Beta Seed Program and accept the Beta Seed and Confidentiality Agreement," Apple explains. "Apple will provide a Beta Access Utility for your Mac, which gives you access to pre-release versions of OS X in the Mac App Store Updates panel."
To join now or to check out the new Beta Seed Program for yourself, click here.