Apple seeds OS X 10.10.3 beta with new Mac Photos app

Apple has seeded the first beta for OS X 10.10.3 to testers and developers, and while the new software focuses on some new and lingering issues, a new feature really stands out.
The new software, which is the first beta for OS X 10.10.3 and is currently available for testers and developers, is now being seeded by Apple for download. While the new software is meant to fix some issues, as previously mentioned, the real star of the show is the addition of the all-new Photos app, which is replacing iPhoto (and Aperture).

The Wall Street Journal, which got an early look at the software from Apple, reports the company will release it to all users later this Spring. In the publication’s early testing, it found the has great iCloud support.

Apple devices feed all their full-resolution photos into iCloud, making them all available over the Internet to the Photos apps on all your Apple devices. “Photos also has a clean, simple interface that dedicates more real estate to the images themselves, and should feel familiar to anyone who has used the iOS version,” the Wall Street Journal said.

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