Apple released a second golden master candidate of OS X Yosemite to developers on Tuesday. The second GM candidate, released one week after the initial GM candidate, was released alongside a fifth public beta of the new OS to beta testers.
OS X Yosemite GM Candidate 2.0, build 14A386a can be downloaded via the Update tab in the Mac App Store, or via download from the Mac Developer’s Center.
OS X Yosemite brings a flatter, more iOS-ish look to OS X, and also brings a slew of new features to the OS, such as improved iOS 8 integration via Continuity, a new “Today” View in Notification Center that allows “widgets” from third-party apps, new features for the venerable built-in OS X apps, and a revamped Spotlight search tool.
Apple is expected to release the public “final” version of OS Yosemite sometime later this month.