Apple seeded another beta of OS X 10.10.3 on Monday for both members of the Mac Developer Center and public beta testers. The new build, available to download through the Mac App Store’s Software Update mechanism, carries the build number 14D127 – compared to the previous build number of 14D113 that was released one week ago.

Monday’s release marks the sixth build of the new OS X 10.10.3 software. There’s no word on any new features in the 14D127 build, however it’s expected to carry bug fixes.

Apple hasn’t provided word on when OS X 10.10.3 will be released to the public. It’s a notable update, featuring the brand-new Photos app, including support for Google 2-step verification when setting up accounts, Force Touch APIs for developers, and various emoji improvements.

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  • Andy Copeland

    Interesting… Developer and public beta releases are pretty much the exact same time now. Before it was usually a few weeks later for the Public beta seed.

  • WTF! I click the restart now. It lets me to show the detail.

    • Dany Quirion

      you do know that most of us cant understand right?

      • I know that. But we all use the same Mac. The first one asked me to restart now or later. The second one was the Mac App Store and it let me click to show the details…
        I just can’t install this update at all…