The upcoming OS is still very much in the beta process, as Apple continues to make interface tweaks and add features.
Most notably, Dark Mode can now be enabled easily in System Preferences. The feature, demoed by Apple at WWDC last month, was previously hidden and required some tinkering with terminal to turn on.
iCloud Preferences icons
iCloud Preferences icons have been tweaked.
New App icons
Apple has given QuickTime and Fontbook’s icons the much awaited flattening treatment to bring it more in alignment with the rest of the OS.
WiFi Hotspot using iPhone
According reports from users, the iPhone hotspot feature is now showing up in the WiFi menulet. As announced at WWDC last month, in Yosemite, you can turn on your iPhone’s cellular hotspot remotely when it’s connected via Bluetooth.
Time Machine UI
The TIme Machine UI has been updated replacing the beloved Outer Space background with a blue one, below.
Interface tweaks have been made in
– Desktop Background System Preferences
– Larger badges on App Icons for Notifications and improved font in Notification Center and in Safari Favorites Bar.
– Redesigned icons in Mail.
Now, in FaceTime, Audio and Video calls are shown separately.
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