Third iOS 8.4 and OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite betas released to developers
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is coming in June, and Apple will likely announce the next iterations of OS X and iOS at the keynote. The new operating systems will probably release in the fall if history is any indication, but the Cupertino-based company is still working to improve the current offerings. iOS 8.4 just had its third beta pushed out to developers, and the most significant changes are to the music app. Many are speculating that Apple will announce a Beats music streaming service, so these updates may be in preparation of that.
The changes to the music playback application are mostly related to the user interface, and include some extra functionalities as well. The third beta for OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite has also been rolled out to developers, and a majority of the changes seem to be performance improvements rather than revisions of current apps and features. There are however a few changes to the new OS X photos app, along with some changes to emojis for iMessage on Mac.
With WWDC approaching rapidly, it is nice to see Apple still working diligently on updating its current operating systems, considering smartphone and computer technology is rapidly evolving all the time. The Yosemite and iOS betas can both be downloaded now, and they are largely expected to be released in time for the conference beginning on June 8th.