Today Apple released the fifth developer preview of OS X Yosemite, its next major OS release for the Mac coming later this year.
Like usual, there are some noticeable and not-so-noticable changes in the new version of Yosemite. Don’t worry about spotting them yourself, though. We’ve got you covered.
The redesigned Calculator app is more translucent:
Yosemite’s screen brightness and volume indicators are shown in a more iOS-like HUD interface:
There’s an option to show the full URL of the page you’re visiting in the address bar, which is hidden in Safari by default:
Launchpad’s dock icon now shows a little progress bar for downloading apps: