Apple released the sixth beta of OS X 10.10 Yosemite to developers this morning with preview build 14A329f ahead of its public release this fall.
The seed notes don’t mention what new features were added, but it’s likely that a number of UI tweaks and feature improvements were added to the huge batch of bug fixes.
The Yosemite beta program was opened to one million public users last month who should be able get the update via the Apple Software update menu soon, while developers can find it in the 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.