Apple on Monday pushed out to developers and public beta testers a fresh OS X 10.10.3 version, building on recent releases introducing a new Photos app and APIs for MacBook Force Touch capabilities.

The new OS X 10.10.3 beta release, dubbed build 14D127a, comes exactly one week after the last version introduced a fresh Yosemite Recovery tools update.

According to its release notes, today’s beta build improves operating stability, compatibility and security.

Apple asks developers to continue testing Safari compatibility with Wi-Fi captive networks, such as those found in hotels, airplanes, airports and other public areas. Also noted are screen sharing features and Arabic and Hebrew localization.

Developers can download the latest beta version through Apple’s Developer Portal, while public beta testers will find the build in Software Update.

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