Apple has after several beta versions released Update for OS X Yosemite. OS X 10.10.3 includes among others the new photos app, which replaces iPhoto and Aperture.
The update includes the new app “Photo” for OS X Yosemite which replaces iPhoto and Aperture, and provides all the tools to edit photos (although not in too professional) and to manage them in events and libraries. If you are interested in looking more closely at the new app “Photo” you can watch our preview here.
But not only that: the news is not unique to the app “Photo”, we have seen several times during the beta. In this new version comes new emoji, come the spotlight suggestions regarding the search for definitions, is improved private browsing in Safari, is finally improved the WiFi (which problems to many users since the first release of OS X Yosemite) and are improved some parameters related to Bluetooth and screen sharing. In addition to simply referred Photo administration, appointed to succeed him iPhoto and Aperture, brings OS X 10.10.3 such as more than 300 new emoji, and improved support for Google accounts
Obviously all the news and the changes made by the update (and the related bug fixes) are available in the list on this page Official Apple, while here there is information relating to security updates. You can already download the update from the Mac App Store.
Owners of the new 13 “MacBook Pro with Retina display can be further forward to coming Apps by external developers who use the Force Touch trackpad. According to Apple, the new OS X version is also again improve the stability of the Wi-Fi connections.
OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite and the associated recovery update can be downloaded now from the App Store.