Apple Computers released their newest update to OS X Yosemite on Thursday. The new build, 14A343f, includes new app icons for the dashboard and several graphical tweaks to help Apple users customize their screen. Apple also released updates for OS X Sever 4.0 Developer and the Apple Configurator 1.6.
Yosemite will be shipped apart from iOS 8. Here’s a list of tweaks to the latest version:
– New icons in the System Preferences app
– A new dark menu and dock mode with thinner font
– New icons for the Dashboard, Keychain, Disk Utility, and Migration Assistant
– A new Spotlight search for Dark mode
– File versions browser are now the same as current Time Machine user interface
– Software Update removed from Apple menu, replaced with update notifications from the App Store
– Yosemite now allows Skype calls by default
– New icons for the ColorSync Utility
Yosemite is currently slated for release in mid to late October.