In today's Apple Daily, our favorite Cupertino company is supposedly getting ready to launch public betas for iOS after the success of its Mac OS X public beta program. In other news, Apple apparently wants to get its fancy (and, officially, still rumored) electric cars on the road by 2020.
Just in time to counter the news about Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 operating system (via the BBC), Apple today launched a "golden master candidate" for OS X Yosemite. That means that development of the system is largely at an end, and that from now on Apple will chiefly occupy itself with squashing lingering bugs and honing rough edges. And if you want to jump in, you can. The release of the golden master candidate also marks the launch of the fourth public beta.
Pretty much everyone expects an iPhone 6 to arrive later this year, and judging from the number of leaks that have been popping up on the radar, it could be sooner than later. The latest is a physical mockup for the reportedly 4.7-inch handset, with a larger 5.5-inch model also said to be in the cards. But why speculate on the future when we've got some tasty tidbits of news right here in our overnight recap...?
As weekends go, the middle of April came and went relatively quietly as far as the tech world was concerned. But the week is getting off to a rousing start with developers getting their hands on Windows Phone 8.1 this morning, and we've managed to round up a handful of Mac-related stories to kickstart your Monday. Did we say "kickstart"? That ties in nicely with our first story...
Cloud storage has become a hot commodity in the tech world, with each service continually trying to leapfrog the others. This week, it's SugarSync's turn, with a slick new version 2.0 public beta now available for all to enjoy.
While you were sleeping, those sneaky scientists in the Adobe Labs were busy brewing up something special for Mac and Windows users in the form of the Photoshop CS6 Beta -- and you can download it yourself, free of charge, right now!