Just three days after making the sixth available, Apple today released the seventh test version of the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 for developers. Like the latter, it is also available to users participating in the Apple Beta Software Program.
According to Apple, build 14D130a brings the same focus areas as before: captive Wi-Fi networks (those Wi-Fi networks specific to hotels, airports and coffee shops where a login screen appears before you connect), screen sharing, Mail and Arabic and Hebrew languages.
Apple points out that there are still two known issues when the user uses iOS 8.1.3 (or earlier) with Photos for OS X and with iCloud Photo Library enabled, which indicates that some edges still need to be trimmed until the OS X 10.10.3 is released to the general public.
This week, Apple also released a new version of OS X Server 4.1 Developer Preview (compilation 14S1092).