Apple released the fourth beta version of its desktop operating system. OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan Beta 4 is now available for developers and beta testers to download public through Mac App Store.

Apple does not provide detailed information on specific changes in its latest issue, likely focusing on the under-hood tweaks to fix bugs, security update and improve performance. OS X 10.11.1 presented the issues that have been well documented in the support forums Apple, such as low productivity devices, broken Keychain Access, freezes and problems with the mail application. I hope that these issues will be resolved when getting OS X 10.11.2 released to the public after a successful beta testing.

The beta is said to support the Wi-Fi call with a partner carrier AT & T are equipped NumberSync using IOS 9.2 beta version. This gives the devices Apple, the same phone number, regardless of the device the call originated from. In previous versions, Apple, asked users to test graphics performance, Wi-Fi, USB, and network. In addition, Apple has also asked members to observe the performance of e-mail, calendar, notes, photos and applications focus on their Mac.

OS X 10.11.1

The latest beta comes just a week after Apple, began planting the third beta version and a month since the release of OS X 10.11.1 owners Mac.

The release of OS X 10.11.1 introduced more than 150 new smileys users, fixed compatibility with Office 2016 and resolved issues with the app Apple, Mail.

If you are part of Apple’s developer or beta version of the public, Apple, recommends creating a backup of your Mac, before you check out Mac App Store, to download the latest updates.

  • Read our review of OS X El Capitan