With the OS X 10.10.2 freshly released, Apple already introduced a beta version of the next major update for OS X Yosemite. This update is of interest already in the testing phase, as it includes the long awaited photo app that Apple will soon replace iPhoto and Aperture.
The beta version of OS X 10.10.3 can get in the Mac Dev Center or upgrade using the Mac App Store. Build number 14D72i. New features not present, but there is an application photos and a detailed description.
The application allows you to store and organize your photo library. The data stored in the cloud iCloud Photo Library preserving the original format and resolution. Access photos and videos in the cloud can be obtained not only from the photo app on the Mac, but also using an iPhone or iPad with iOS 8, as well as on iCloud.com.
The application includes tools for photo editing, still quite primitive. However, now with the help of photo albums can be created using templates and pre-installed themes. Public release as part of the application Photography OS X 10.10.3 held in the spring and will be free for users Yosemite.