Apple has just released a new test version of the operating system for Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 1, which includes an updated Photos app with access to the iCloud Photo Archive cloud service.
One of the key updates to OS X Yosemite was the abandonment of the developers of the native photo editor Aperture and the application for storing pictures and videos iPhoto. Starting with OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, their functionality will be concentrated in a single Photos app. Users will be able to store images and videos in remote storage, as well as edit photos through the tools integrated into the application.
The new application will be divided into several sections, in addition, filters will be implemented, familiar to iPhone and iPad owners, for sorting content in chronological order - Moments, Collections and Years. In this case, access to photos will be possible from any device.
Currently, only developers participating in the official Apple programs can install OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 beta 1 from the Mac Dev Center.
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