Apple Has Made OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 Beta 1 Available For Developers

Apple has today released the first beta of its upcoming OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 to those registered members. Beta 1 version arriving in the hands of testers just a week after final OS X 10.11.2 version was made available to the public, which was a minor one, bringing with it a host of bug fixes as well as performance improvements for all manner of things including WiFi and AirDrop.

After releasing iOS 9.2.1 beta 1 earlier the day, Apple has seeded first OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 beta 1 to developers. Carrying build number 15D9c, the newly released OS 10.11.3 beta 1 can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or through the Mac App Store’s Update tab on Macs enrolled in the beta program.

Release notes accompanying the download say that this pre-release edition of the OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 update will improve the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac systems, but make no mention of potential new features or enhancements. However, this first beta release brings with it given its close proximity to the public release of OS X 10.11.2.

It’s possible that OS X 10.11.3 beta 1 in its current guise mainly consists of more bug fixes rather then fancy new features. We would expect to see more beta releases of this new update to El Capitan before it is pushed out to the great unwashed masses via the Mac App Store.

As soon as we get to know more about this OS X 10.11.3 beta 1 seed, we will keep you updated here at