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Fourth beta version of OS X 10.11.1 released to developers and public testers

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Apple today released a new OS X 10.11.1 beta build to developers and public testers, making it the fourth pre-release version of the upcoming software. The 10.11.1 update will bring bug fixes to the desktop operating system, along with a set of new emoji icons.

The update is available in the Mac App Store to developers and beta testers who are already on the beta seed and from the Developer Center for developers who aren’t. We’ll keep this post updated with any changes in this seed.

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  1. Oflife - 7 years ago

    Hmm, much more snappy! ;)

  2. kijijigod - 7 years ago

    It’s smoother too!

  3. Henry Sowell - 7 years ago

    Did they remove the update from the App Store? I’m a part of the Beta, but haven’t been given access.

  4. mail servers fixed, anyone?