iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3 comes with new messages and API to Force Touch

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This week the action continues, as we saw on Monday as Apple released the final version of iOS 8.2 , two weeks ago we had the latest betas of iOS and OS X Developer plus we reached the first public beta for OS X 10.10.3 the last week. So following the work of updating and improving its operating systems to today Apple releases new betas .

The betas that from this time are available to the developer channel, is the third version 8.3 for both iOS and OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 , whom we have seen new features like the new emojis and expected Photos application .

OS X 10.10.3 API for Force launches Touch

One of the most outstanding developments in this third beta of OS X 10.10.3 is the incorporation of the first API for Force Touch , feature included trackpad new MacBook and MacBook Pro 13 inch with what developers can now make use of this technology and adapt their applications in order to have a new way of interacting with them.

Touch Force is still one of the biggest developments for touch platforms, since the surface will recognize from touch or pressure , which opens up a range of possibilities within the operating systems already commented Miguel Michán , and which is comments will be incorporated into the next iPhone .

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In addition to the new API, we improvements to authenticate our mail in Gmail, new controls within the app photos and new sources search for Look Up feature . This beta is identified under the build 1498g and is available to all those who are licensed developer.

iOS 8.3 now with developments in messages

Meanwhile, the third beta of iOS 8.3 debuts the possibility of filtering our messages received already contact or phone number, even if it is not in your contacts. On the other hand we can report messages arriving numbers you do not recognize.

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Furthermore, the application of Apple Watch opens in iOS 8.3, in addition to improvements in news we already knew in previous betas as the possibility of using CarPlay wirelessly, new emojis and the new form of authentication in two steps for Gmail accounts.

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