OS X El Capitan Beta 5 Released for Developer Testing

Jul 27, 2015 - 14 Comments

OS X El Capitan

Apple has released the fifth developer beta of OS X El Capitan to users participating in the Mac Developer Beta program.

The new build arrives as 15A235d, and the release seems to focus primarily on bug fixes found in the prior beta version.

Mac users who are eligible to receive the new beta version can find it to download from the Mac App Store in the Updates section. A reboot is required to complete installation.

At the moment, OS X El Capitan Beta 5 is available exclusively to users participating in the Mac Developer program, and there is not an accompanying update for the OS X El Capitan Public Beta users. This often changes a day or two later as a Public Beta update arrives to closely match the developer release, typically with a similar build but a different beta ID.

OS X El Capitan, versioned as OS X 10.11, is set for a public release this fall. The new Mac operating system aims to increase speed and stability and will be a free update.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac OS, News


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  1. Nicolai Tassani says:

    The public beta 3 is out :)

  2. ichi says:

    Macbook Pro very slow after update to beta 5

  3. Dan says:

    Abobe Apps report on beta 5: After effects not working, Illustrator & Photoshop CC 2015 works.

  4. Özgür says:

    Still same Finder sidebar bug.

  5. Dan says:

    Here you have the link http://apple.co/1DMe41L if doesn’t show up in system update.

  6. Recommend L says:

    ””a bug occurred after a bug patched,

  7. Brian says:

    I generally find the Public Beta series to be more stable than the Developer Beta series, I wonder why that is.

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