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OS X El Capitan beta 5 a fost lansat

OS X El Capitan beta 5OS X El Capitan beta 5 a fost lansat in cursul noptii trecute de catre compania Apple pentru dezvoltatorii de aplicatii pentru platforma OS X, noua versiune a sistemului de operare venind la aproximativ o saptamana distanta de build-ul anterior.

Exact precum in cazul versiunii anterioare, compania Apple ne ofera si de aceasta data informatii cu privire la toate schimbarile implementate in OS X El Capitan beta 5, iar mai jos aveti detaliate toate modificarile facute de catre inginerii celor din Cupertino in ultima saptamana.

OS X El Capitan beta 5 poate fi descarcat de catre dezvoltatorii de aplicatii prin Mac App Store cu un cod primit prin portalul dedicat lor in website-ul Apple sau prin sistemul Software Update al OS X El Capitan daca au o versiune anterioara instalata deja.

Notes and Known Issues

Installation

            Note

  • After upgrading to OS X El Capitan Developer Beta, applications that write to protected/system locations may no longer function correctly.

            Known Issues

  • Directly upgrading from OS X Lion or earlier to OS X El Capitan Developer Beta is not recommended.
  • Selecting the ‘Do It Later’ option will not install updates for standard user accounts.
  • If your installation appears to hang at a black screen for an extended period of time at the end, press enter to continue.

Apple ID

            Note

  • Some Apple ID accounts will be offered the option to upgrade to using two-factor authentication. For More information about using two-factor authentication with your Apple ID see apple.com/support/two-factor-authentication.

            Known Issues

  • If you have two-factor authentication enabled, you may not be able to sign into services using OS X El Capitan or iOS 9 beta 2 or earlier.
  • If you enable two-factor authentication, iTunes purchases on Mac and Windows and store purchases on Apple TV will require you to append a 6-digit code to the end of your password on every purchase. The 6-digit code will automatically be sent to your iOS 9 or OS X El Capitan devices.
  • When there is only a single trusted device using two-factor authentication, you will need to generate a code in the iCloud Preference Pane when requested.
  • You cannot manage your two-factor authentication trusted devices at apple.com. Devices can be managed in the iCloud Preference Pane.

Photos

            Note

  • Photos libraries are not backwards compatible. Once a library has been opened in the OS X El Capitan Developer Beta, it will no longer be openable in OS X Yosemite or earlier.

            Known Issues

  • Moments headers may not be consistent across devices after user manually adds locations to assets in the library.

Language

            Known Issues

  • Some text may not be localized to the selected system language.
  • Some languages may have clipped or misaligned layout.

Other

            Notes

  • System file permissions are automatically protected, and updated during Software Updates. The Repair Permissions function is no longer necessary.
  • OS X El Capitan is the last major release of OS X that will support the previously deprecated garbage collection runtime. Applications or features that depend upon garbage collection may not function properly or will not launch when the runtime is removed. Developers should use Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) or manual retain/release for memory management. Xcode includes tools to aid in this migration.
  • OS X El Capitan is the last major release of OS X that will support the previously deprecated Java 6 runtime and tools provided by Apple. Applications or features that depend upon Java 6 may not function properly or will not launch when Java 6 is removed. Developers should move to a newer version of Java as provided by Oracle. For more info on Java from Oracle: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/overview/
  • When negotiating a TLS/SSL connection with Diffie-Hellman key exchange, OS X El Capitan requires a 1024-bit group or larger. OS X El Capitan will not connect to a server that allows negotiation with a 512-bit or smaller group. These connections include:
    • Secure Web (HTTPS)
    • Enterprise Wi-Fi (802.1X)
    • Secure e-mail (IMAP, POP, SMTP)
    • Printing servers (IPPS)
  • The nscurl tool on OS X El Capitan supports diagnosing ATS secure connections. For example, /usr/bin/nscurl –ats-diagnostics https://www.example.com will display ATS connection information for www.example.com. Run /usr/bin/nscurl -h for more information.
  • The fetchAllChanges property on CKFetchRecordChangesOperation is deprecated, and will be removed in iOS 9, OS X El Capitan.

            Known Issues

  • Devices running iOS 9 Beta may not connect to iTunes on OS X El Capitan Developer Beta 4. To resolve install Xcode 7 beta or iTunes 12.2 or later.
  • Xcode 6.x has known compatibility issues when run on OS X El Capitan. It is strongly encouraged that you use Xcode 7 when running on OS X El Capitan.
  • AIM video chat and screen sharing in Messages are not available in this beta.
  • Faces may not be detected in newly-imported photos.
  • Email received before installing OS X El Capitan Beta 1 will not work with the Proactive Assistant features.
  • The share menu may not create new Mail compose windows when used with some apps.
  • Lifting and Stamping adjustments in Aperture may cause the app to unexpectedly exit.
  • iCloud Keychain will not sync passwords & credit cards with previous versions of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Beta.
  • Flash Player 18.0.0.203 does not work with Safari’s tab audio feature.
  • Can’t scroll with Logitech MX Master mouse.
  • Xcode processes may quit unexpectedly if older iOS Simulator runtimes (Xcode 6.x) are present on disk.
  • SpriteKit applications quit unexpectedly when using Metal.