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Less than a week after the release of OS X 10.11.1 beta 2, Apple has followed up with a new release that was pushed out to both developers and public beta testers at once. The 10.11.1 update will introduce bug fixes and a new collection of emoji icons.

Yesterday Apple seeded a new beta of iOS 9.1 to public testers and developers. Like the OS X update, that software will also include the new emoji set and many bug fixes. It also adds a few new features. A tvOS beta accompanied that release.

The new OS X beta comes with a build number of 15B30a and is available through the Mac App Store’s “Updates” tab or the Developer Center for devs.

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