One week after releasing the third beta for OS X 10.11.1 to both public letters and developers, Apple is back with another one.
This release is the fourth beta, and it’s available for both public beta testers and developers. It can be installed from the Updates tab in the Mac App Store on a machine already running the beta, or through the Apple Developer Center.
This new beta will more than likely follow the trend of previous releases, meaning the fixes will probably be behind-the-scenes tweaks to better improve the overall experience. The first beta release for OS X 10.11.1, though, released a ton of new emoji and support for Unicode 8. That includes emoji like a unicorn head, the middle finger, taco, and a burrito.