Yesterday, Apple sent to developers with a request to upgrade to the latest beta version of iOS 8 and recent OS X Developer Preview Yosemite . According to the Corporation, to develop applications should be using the latest test versions of operating systems.
The message appears on August 26 – say, from that day to work CloudKit, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library and other services, Apple need to update their software. Usually the company sends such messages before leaving pre-release versions of the operating system to the application, the development of which is still with the first beta version of iOS 8, to work correctly, and in her final performance.
The latest beta of its mobile operating system Apple released on 4 August. It was expected that iOS 6 8 beta will last, but in Cupertino have decided not to publish an update. It seems that after a few days (or on Monday, September 1) we have just seen iOS 8 GM (Golden Master), and September 9 – release version.
As for OS X Yosemite, then before its official release, you may have to wait until October. With OS X Mavericks , at least it was.