Following up on the second developer beta release, Apple has released OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan to public beta users. The new build is 656MB in size and available in Mac App Store for public beta participants.
The update does not include anything new. Since the first beta for OS X 10.11.1 was released, only a few minor changes have been found such as new emojis, including middle finger. Apart from that, security and bug fixes are expected to be a part for this release.
Apple has been quick to release point updates for its desktop and mobile operating systems. OS X 10.11 El Capitan final version was rolled out to the public on September 30 and has received positive reviews for its improved performance, stability and power user features such as split view, souped up spotlight search and build in app updates.
The second public beta can be installed from Mac App Store. If you are not a public beta participant, you can sign up to Apple’s Beta Software Program to register and download the beta release.
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