Our last big compilation of news from the iOS 8 It's from OS X Yosemite it was published just under two weeks ago. It was normal for developers today to receive new test builds for both operating systems, but it turned out that only OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 arrived.
This post will then be focused on the changes that have occurred in the system that runs on Macs.
iCloud Drive is already highlighted in iCloud preferences.
Some System Preferences icons have been redesigned.
Some icons in the Safari preferences bar have also been redesigned.
Some icons in the Mail preference bar have also been redesigned.
New graph to indicate that the Mac is connected to power.
Volume and brightness control “HUDs” receive visual touches.
System optionally obtaining diagnostic and usage information.
“Do Not Disturb” function is back Central de Notifications.
Color picker in Yosemite. | Image: Guilherme Rambo.
The Dashboard background is now also “translucent”.
Two icons that we haven't shown yet:
icon of the Fonts Catalog.
Script Editor icon.
And yes, we have new wallpapers on Yosemite! o / Click on each one to download:
Remembering that we had already shared the first of all with you.
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We didn’t have a new iOS 8 beta (apparently, now it’s going straight to the Golden Master or GM), but we’ve separated two little things from him here that we haven’t commented on yet:
- THE AppleInsider pointed out that location information obtained by the Maps application will now be taken to the Telephone app. That is, if you call a pizzeria found by Maps, in the list of recent calls you will see her name, and not just the number.
- J o 9to5Mac commented that Apple paid more attention to its feature that allows users to report problems on iOS or the Maps app itself. Now, for example, the person can request a feedback email after the report has been received and analyzed by Ma.