Alongside a slew of latest tool updates, Apple has simply launched OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan to the general public with numerous malicious program fixes and a couple of new options. In specific, customers can now offer protection to their notes within the Notes app with a passcode, percentage Live Photos among iOS and OS X with Messages and more.
Here's the whole breakdown of what is new in OS X 10.11.4:
- Adds the power to passcode-offer protection to notes containing private knowledge in Notes
- Adds the power to type notes alphabetically, by way of date created, or date changed in Notes
- Adds the power to import Evernote information into Notes
- Adds make stronger for sharing Live Photos among iOS and OS X by means of AirDrop and Messages
- Addresses a subject matter that can lead to RAW photographs to open slowly in Photos
- Adds the power for iBooks to retailer PDFs in iCloud, making them to be had throughout all of your units
- Fixes a topic that avoided loading Twitter t.co hyperlinks in Safari
- Fixes a subject matter that avoided the VIPs mailbox from running with Gmail bills
- Fixes a topic that brought about USB audio units to disconnect
- Improves the compatibility and reliability of Apple USB-M Multipart Adapters
This is the 3rd public update to OS X El Capitan because it used to be launched in September 2015. You will have to have the ability to get started downloading the update in the course of the Updates part of the Mac App Store now.