This morning, Apple has released a pair of OS X Yosemite beta updates. The first is OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 for registered developers. That update is available via the Mac App Store. The Cupertino-based company has also released OS X Yosemite Public Beta 3, which is the third release for end users that are part of Apple’s AppleSeed customer software seeding program. That update is, too, available on the Mac App Store for applicable users. We’ll be updating this post with new changes as they are discovered. OS X Yosemite is expected to ship in October, according to sources.
-Weather in Notification Center requests permission to use current location now, previously just displayed current city
-System Preferences app navigation changed, “Show All” button replaced with forward and backward buttons as well as a 4×3 grid button
-New build is 14A361c over 14A343f from previous developer preview
-New Safari launch screen for on-boarding