What’s new in OS X El Capitan beta 10

What’s new in OS X El Capitan beta 10

The latest version of Apple’s OS X operating system has seen some changes since El Capitans first debuted in November.

As the company prepares for the next major release, which will be released on May 30, we’ve taken a look at a few of the biggest changes.

The most notable of these, as usual, is the ability to access the camera and microphone while the operating system is in the background.

The feature is enabled by tapping on the lock icon in the top-right corner of the Dock, and is available for every iPhone and iPad in the App Store.

The system also includes an ability to switch between a portrait and landscape orientation in the Dock and Control Center.

This is a feature that was previously only available on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but it’s also one that has become quite popular with Mac users.

It allows the operating systems users to change the orientation of their Macs.

Users can select between portrait and portrait with the Dock (in the case of iOS, landscape) or portrait and horizontal (in macOS) view.

It’s not yet clear if the system will support this feature in El Capo 10.9 Mavericks, but in the meantime, we can expect it to be enabled in the new release.

Another big new feature introduced with El Cap, which we’ll be covering in greater detail in a separate article, is a new “Time of Use” mode that can be accessed by tapping the menu button at the top of the screen.

This mode allows the user to set up a time for accessing the Macs data.

When the Time of Use is set, the user can choose to use the time they’re most likely to use, such as when they’re home or traveling, or to have the Mac use more of their available time.

The user can then save that time by pressing the menu option.

There are also a couple of new features that will be available in El Canto 10.1 Mavericks, including a “Time Travel” mode and a new AirPort Extreme “Smart Access” feature.

It’s unclear how much of a role these features will play in El Calatro 10.0 Mavericks, which is due out in a couple weeks.

A few more features are also arriving with El Cantos 10.2, including the ability for the user “to save a file in a new folder, or even create an existing folder.”

This is a neat feature that could come in handy if you’re going to be using a different folder on a daily basis, or a large file you want to keep on a USB drive for later access.

This new feature lets you share files from your computer with your iPhone or iPad through a simple, one-tap feature.

To do so, you’ll need to tap the “Share Folder” icon in Notification Center, and then select the folder from which you want the file to be shared.

The same feature also lets the user set up an AirPlay session between the Mac and iPhone, with a “Home” or “Desktop” option.

The iOS app will also support this functionality.

A couple of other features that are still in the works are the ability of the Mac to sync the camera, microphone, and microphone with the iOS device, as well as the ability that can automatically adjust the brightness of the system.

This is one of the main reasons why some people may not want to use iOS devices when they have the ability on the Mac.

There’s also a new way for the Mac users to interact with their devices, called Touch ID.

This feature lets users access their Apple ID, as opposed to the current Passcode, through the Mac, which makes it easy to set-up a new password.

It also allows users to sync files between the device and the Mac in a way that doesn’t require the user even having their device connected to the computer.

Touch ID is also coming to the iPhone and iPod touch in El Cantos 10 to make use of Apple Pencil’s touchscreen capabilities, and it’s now available in macOS Sierra.

There is also a feature called the Mac App Store, which lets users add and manage their apps and libraries from the Mac’s desktop, which Apple has previously used for many of its apps and services.

There’s also an App Store for tvOS, and the App Stores for iOS and Android, along with a couple for other platforms like Kindle, Google Play, and other retailers.

There will also be a new iCloud Drive, which can be used to store and access files between devices.

The app will be coming to iOS later this year and Android later this fall.

The biggest change in El Cacto 10, however, is that Apple has updated its Finder with a new look.

The new interface makes it easier to find and open files in Finder, as it is in OS 10.7.3, while the new features will be more familiar to the OS users.

The Finder will also include a new feature called “Open Finder as

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