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  • Apple Seeds Second OS X 10.11.1 Beta to Public Beta Participants

    OS X 10.11 El Capitan was released to the public yesterday after a long beta period that commenced in the Summer, but Apple is still moving along with updates.

    OS X 10.11.1 is in its beta stages, and yesterday, Apple seeded a new beta for developers. Today, Apple is seeding that same beta to Public Beta Program participants, giving the green light for them to download it from the Mac App Store on a registered Mac machine. Beta 2 for Public Beta Participants comes at a little under two weeks since the original public beta release.

    OS X 10.11.1 is a small incremental x.x.1 release, and as such, it doesn't include anything huge with it; just improvements, such as performance boosts and bug fixes, and the addition of new Emojis, including a middle finger, taco, unicorn, and cheese block among others.

    Public Beta Program participants can grab the new beta under the Updates tab in the Mac App Store application. The installation requires a restart, and so, it's suggested that you save all work in open programs before proceeding so that you don't lose any of your progress.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Seeds Second OS X 10.11.1 Beta to Public Beta Participants started by Anthony Bouchard View original post