OS X 10.10 Yosemite beta 4 lands on the Mac Dev Center

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Apple seeded the 4th beta for OS X 10.10 Yosemite to developers this morning with preview build 14A298i.

The Yosemite beta program still hasn’t been opened to the public, but anyone with a developer account can pick up the OS X Yosemite beta 4 download from the Mac Dev Center. The update can also be scooped up from the Mac App Store by clicking Software Update under your Apple menu.

Along with the Yosemite and iOS 8 beta 4 releases from this morning, Apple has included new builds of Xcode 6 beta 4, Find My Friends, Find My iPhone, and Apple Configurator, all of which can be found in the Mac Dev Center.

Yosemite brings a revamped UI to OS X along with a host of new features aimed at making your iPhone and Mac work smarter together. No official word from Apple on what’s inside the new preview but we’ll let you know what we find as soon as its installed.

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