Apple has just made available to developers the first beta version of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 (build 14D72i), just over a week just after releasing 10.10.2 for all users.
This update comes with a big news: the new app Photos (Photos), which is coming to replace both iPhoto and Aperture.
Apple put up a page with several pictures and information about Fotos, which shows how it was really rethought from scratch to be simpler, lighter, beautiful and modern, it is all integrated with iCloud, so you can access its library images / videos from anywhere and make sure it’s always in sync with your iGadgets.
The organization of photos in the new similar app that we are used to on iOS: it divides them into moments, collections, years, shared, albums and projects. Powerful edits are available through intuitive tools, and everything you do is also synchronized with the cloud. It even has several superb filters.
For those who want more details about Photos, check out the articles on sites like Macworld, Wired, Re / code, WSJ, Engadget and The Verge, who had preliminary access to the operating system update.
Apple has vaguely stated that it intends to release OS X 10.10.3 to the general public in the spring (from the northern hemisphere; it will be autumn for us in the south), that is, between March and June.