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Apple sends users scrambling for OS X Yosemite

Gregg Keizer | July 25, 2014
Ships first public beta of an upcoming Mac OS since 2000.

The last time Apple gave the public access to a beta version of an upcoming Mac operating system was in 2000, when the company charged $29.95 for the privilege of running an early edition of what later became OS X 10.0, aka Cheetah.

It is still possible to sign up for the Yosemite public beta from Apple's website.

Mac owners who have already registered for the public beta program can go directly to a page on Apple's website to obtain a redemption code for downloading the preview from the Mac App Store.

 

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