Apple issued a new build of OS X 10.10.3 to both its registered developers, and those currently signed up to its Public OS X Beta Program – late Monday.
The update of course includes the company’s upcoming Photos for Mac application, with this week’s build of the software (14D127a) seemingly focused on improving that experience.
The new build arrives just a week after the company seeded OS X 10.10.3 (14D105) to public testers.
This is due to Apple’s revamped Photos app expected to offer all (if not more) of the features that both applications are currently capable of offering to professional and hobbits. Existing users of Aperture will still be able to use their current copy of the pro photo-editing software even after this transition, however future updates are likely to be unavailable.
Those already registered to Apple’s OS X Developer Program can head over to the Developer Center and download this latest update, right now.
Meanwhile, those of you who are part of the Public OS X Beta Program can also go here and sign-in to download the software, or hit up the “Updates” tab in the Mac App Store if you happen to have a previous version of OS X Public Beta installed on your system.
The latest publicly available version of OS X Yosemite is also available to download on the Mac App Store, for FREE.