Apple releases OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan public beta

“The early OS X 10.11.1 build was released last week for developers, and is now also available to those of us who are enrolled in the public beta program,” Mihaita Bamburic reports for BetaNews.

“The official changelog, that is available when accepting the update through App Store, lists ‘stability, compatibility, and security’ improvements,” Bamburic reports. “But that is not all that is new.”

Bamburic reports, “Apple has also introduced new Emojis in the first OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan public beta, to bring it in line with iOS 9.1, which is also available for developers and public testers. And, yes, they now include the middle finger Emoji.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Here it is:

Unicode 8.0 emoji
Unicode 8.0 emoji


    1. Nope. Semantic and Syntax fail.

      We are officially living in the Age Of Smart Phones And Dumb People.
      But my people are discriminated so harsh now, because there is no real hairy caucasian middle finger for us hairy guys ;P

    2. What is the problem, 1984? I see a person counting to “one.” Below it in the same column are “five” and “two.”

      It is all a matter of perception. A person has to allow themselves to be offended (or embarrassed).

    1. Those who are albino have been denied equal access. I suggest filing a lawsuit somewhere in east Texas.

      Also, I want to know where the greenish middle finger is in this update. Vulcans have also been denied. Well, that aren’t really any Vulcans, but there are those of us who “identify as Vulcan”.


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