Apple’s next MacOS release codenamed: Yosemite will surely raise a lot of eyebrows considering its visual appeal and trend going into a more flatter design like its Windows 8 counterpart.
The new OS was revealed in Apple’s WWDC earlier this month and developers were given a preview of the exciting new features like the ability of the Mac to receive voice calls. This release integrates with the iOS more than ever which hinted from Mavericks last year.
The beta is available for download by signing up here and if you are a registered Apple Developer you can get a redeem code to download the Yosemite Developer Preview in iTunes.
A word of caution though, as with any major beta software don’t install this on your main MacOS X partition. If you do so, most of your apps won’t work as they are not compatible with this new OS X release. Install on a new partition with at least 20Gb space.