Apple promised a public beta for Mac OS X Yosemite at WWDC last month and starting Thursday, July 24, Apple will be sending out invitations via email to test out the beta version of Yosemite. The invitations will be going out to the first million people that signed up through the public beta program.
If you haven’t signed up for the public beta yet, you still can; however, the spot’s are more than likely filled up by now. Apple says that the beta should be available for download starting tomorrow at 1PM Eastern time.
Yosemite has been through four developer previews so far, with the most recent being released just two days ago. Apple plans to release the final version of Yosemite this fall, which will include significant UI changes (much like that of iOS). This will mark the biggest release of Mac OS X in years and will also mark the first time Apple has released a public beta of a new OS X version in over a decade.
Are you guys signed up and ready to beta test OS X Yosemite? What features of Yosemite are you looking forward to the most? Let me know in the comments section down below or give me a shout on Twitter – @malloriedeaton.