Final OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 version of Mac OS has been made available to download for public consumption, which is the update that Apple released with improved stability, compatibility, and security of your computers.
Apple has finally processed the public progression of OS X El Capitan that powers its entire range of Mac platforms. Though it was seeded to those developers registered and to those enrolled on the Public Beta program, which was a period of pre-release testing and today officially released OS X 10.11.3 for mass public consumption. It’s the third major update in the current lifecycle of OS X El Capitan, actually released in September last year and Apple has finally put an end to the beta process of 10.11.3 that has been ongoing since December 16 last year. And gone live after a week making OS X 10.11.4 beta 1 seeded to developer.
The OS X 10.11.3 update can be downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store, directly. It is available to all El Capitan users. No significant outward-facing changes were discovered in this version in beta testing period, but the update instead aiming to improve performance and fix bugs. Today’s public release follows the three beta releases and what’s interesting is that Apple also has an initial beta of OS X 10.11.4 that has been running alongside the 10.11.3 beta for a small amount of time. When compared, the latest version in test actually introduces well-received user-facing changes into OS X, whereas the 10.11.3 mainly focuses on improving the security aspect of the platform and fixes in key areas.
Apple’s release notes goes into intricate detail about the change-log of what OS X 10.11.3 contained within. The Mac App Store update data is listed:
“ The OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac. This update is recommended for all OS X El Capitan users.
This update contains bug fixes and security updates.”
With Mac running El Capitan can directly get access to OS X 10.11.3 right now by invoking the Mac App Store and visiting the Updates tab. OS X 10.11.4 will likely see a spring debut alongside iOS 9.3.
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