Mail OS X Yosemite

Apple has this afternoon seeded the third Golden Master candidate of OS X Yosemite. The update can be downloaded either through the Updates tab in the Mac App Store, or through Apple’s Mac Dev Center by registered developers.

This marks the eleventh beta of Yosemite as Apple prepares to officially release the software to the public later this month. Introduced in June, OS X Yosemite brings about new UI design and several other improvements for Macs.

With today’s release coming just two days after 2.0, we don’t anticipate many changes, but we will report any notable differences we find. If you find anything new, email us at tips@idownloadblog.com or leave a comment below!

  • Didn’t they just… I could’ve sworn that I just updated my MacBook a couple days ago…

    • Melvco

      yes on the 7th.

  • August Ebbesen

    much improvements, so cereal. wow

    • Tony Trenkle Jr.

      What kind? Hopefully it’s Cinnamon toast crunch!

      • Abdullahcfix

        It better be waterproof and bendable.

  • TwinSon

    Excited for this to drop. Just bought my 13in RMBP(mid 2014) back in August.

  • justme

    someones at apple are working so hard without sleep thought. we appreciate your efforts to build a best OS

  • Utrarunner5

    Is it safe to put it on my daily driver?

    • Anthony Antunez

      I’ve been using it just fine, slight bug here and there but that’s due to certain applications not being updated for Yosemite yet. However, since the final release is so close, you might as well wait to install the retail version instead.

      • Utrarunner5

        Alright. I’ll probably just put it on because I can’t wait any longer.

      • Markus Hudobnik

        Yeah that’s what I did… couldn’t wait any longer. But that was a few months ago, haha.

    • You should be able to dual boot it…

      • Utrarunner5

        not really an option with 128 gb of storage

  • I’ve installed Yosemite 11 times now….LOL

  • Robert Wacker

    Did anyone else have Yosemite GM 3.0 cause their Mac to not receive airdrops anymore from any other device? (Though the Mac could airdrop to the other devices)