Apple has just announced its new Mac OSX called Yosemite, along with iOS 8 during this years WWDC conference. The new OS has a new UI and has a ton of new features and improvements over the older Mac OSX Mavericks. Currently, the software update is available for users that have a Developer account (which costs about $99 a year) but if you sign up for the beta now, you might get access to Mac OSX Yosemite this summer, here is how to sign up for the beta:
- You will need an Apple ID
- If you have one, navigate to the following link
- Log into your account with your Apple ID
- Accept the OS X Beta program conditions
- and voila!
Once the beta becomes available, you will get an email with further instructions on how to download it and install it on your Mac.