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Apple may release a public beta for OS X Yosemite as early as next week, according to an online report Monday.

 

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Citing "sources briefed on the plans," 9to5Mac asserted that Apple plans to ship the public beta of Yosemite -- prosaically named OS X 10.10 -- later this month. The last day of July is a week from Thursday.

At the company's annual developers conference last month, Apple said the public would be allowed to try out early versions of the Yosemite operating system, the first time since 2000 that the company has let large numbers of outsiders get an early look at an upcoming Mac operating system.

 

14 years since Apple has allowed generally public to test a public beta....

 

Here's the read it and weep list of Macs that will work with Yosemite (I already knew it wouldn't work with my Mac mini):

 

OS X 10.10 will run on iMacs from the mid-2007 model on; on 13-in. MacBooks from late 2008 (aluminum case) and early 2009 (plastic case) forward; MacBook Pro notebooks from mid- and late-2007 and on; MacBook Air ultra-light laptops from late 2008 and later; Mac Mini desktops from early 2009 and after; and the much beefier Mac Pro desktops from early 2008 and forward.

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