Apple seeded the fifth beta of OS X 10.10.3 on Monday, available to download for registered developers and public AppleSeed beta testers. The beta, carrying build number 14D113c, is available to download via the Updates tab of the Mac App Store or from the Mac Developer Center.

Apple also released a Yosemite Recovery update, bumping it to version 3.0.

The release of the new OS X 10.10.3 comes close to a week after the fourth beta of the software. There’s no word on when Apple plans to release OS X 10.10.3 to the public.

We’ve seen a number of new features thus far in the 10.10.3 betas, including support for Google 2-step verification when setting up accounts, Force Touch APIs for developers, various emoji improvements, and of course the all new Photos application.

As always, if you find something new we haven’t mentioned, e-mail us at tips@idownloadblog.com.

  • Elias

    Shortest post ever 😛

    • Andy Copeland

      Well it’s kinda implied its developing…

    • Jake Smith

      When something is just released we like to get up the news quickly to our readers, and then fill you in with more details as fast as we can type 🙂

      • Elias

        I understand, didn’t mean to sound negative of offensive in any way. I’m aware of the fact that you update these posts with feature lists and further information. I do appreciate that you do so. I’m sorry if I offend anyone.

  • Chris Weaver

    Still haven’t found anything new. My complaints mostly were addressed, i.e., preview pdf zooming in/out, going to test internet sharing soon. *cross fingers*

    • James G

      Beta 4 gave me some serious wifi issues that I hadn’t experienced in previous builds, or at all, really, for Yosemite. Hoping this corrects some of those and also addresses some Photos bugs!

      • wifi was not an issue to me, this version worked smoothly. Also I love Photos apps