iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite downloads now available for devs


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Apple’s WWDC keynote just ended, and betas of the new iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite are already available to download for developers.

iOS 8 beta 1 and the developer preview of OS X Yosemite can be downloaded from their respective Dev Centers. Both are huge releases that will be available to the public in the coming months.

The iPhone 4s/iPad 2 and up can run iOS 8. Both Yosemite and iOS 8 are scheduled to come out this fall.

We’ll be combing through this new software to find all of the new and hidden features. Stay tuned. Our liveblog has all the other juicy details from the keynote.

Source: Apple

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10 responses to “iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite downloads now available for devs”

  1. Cody Throndson says:

    How about the non-devs who wanna test out the latest OS X? Aren’t they suppose to be able to download it also?

  2. nizamani says:

    @Cody For the first time Apple has started a Public Beta Program for OSX. Here’s the link:

  3. Matthew Ball says:

    I have 92 slots on my dev account, i can sign u up and make you able to download it now. I am asking for $10 email me at mball(at)

    IF YOU WANT THE IPSW file as well make sure to include that in the email you send. They are going quickly, so let me know when you have sent the email..

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