Apple OS X 10.10.3 Bug: Reboot for JPEG files Plus News about OS X 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4

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Apple OS X 10.10.3 bug is a major inconvenience and news for the beta version of OS X 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4

Apple OS X 10.10.3 is finally out and you can now download the latest operating system through the Apple App Store. However, just like any other new updates for operating systems, this one also has a few bugs that you might want to check out first?specifically the sudden crash when viewing large jpeg files.

Apple OS X 10.10.3 kernel panic when opening large sized photos

Many Apple iMac users have been complaining about the kernel panic they?ve been receiving when opening large image files, as what they have posted on Apple?s discussion page.

However, it seems like this bug doesn?t affect each and every user, just a couple of them. One poster named dibugnara on that discussion thread suggested that reinstalling the operating system might fix a couple of problems including the kernel panic when viewing a photo. ?First, reinstall OS 10.10.3. This cleared about 80% of the problem. No more kernel panics and Photoshop, Bridge, and Apple’s new Photos app all successfully opened several large jpeg file.?

Don?t panic though if this workaround didn?t fix the problem on your end. According to a report from Apple Insider, they have received an anonymous tip suggesting that the company is now making a fix for this issue and will release it in a couple of weeks from now.

Apple OS X 10.10.4 and Apple iOS 8.4 Beta is now available for Mac developers

9to5Mac recently reported that Apple had just released their Beta version for the next OS X Yosemite update, the OS X 10.10.4. Don?t get excited just yet though, as stated on that report, the only people who can use this build?labeled as 14E7F?are the registered developers and AppleSeed members who have the Configuration Utility installed on their computers.

Now Apple doesn’t have just the OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 but also?iOS 8.4 for iPhone?in?Beta version. Sadly, only the developers are allowed to use this beta version, pretty much like the Yosemite 10.10.4.

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