Retail Employees Being Invited To Test The Upcoming Photos App for OS X

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A report by 9to5Mac states that Apple is searching for retail employees who are “passionate photography enthusiasts” to test their forthcoming Photos app for the new OS X.

We are seeking a technical and passionate photography enthusiast to join our Quality Assurance team working on Photos for OS X. You will be part of a fast moving team of specialists tasked with delivering the next generation of photography tools for Apple.

Photos App for OS X was launched at WWDC 2014, in continuation to the launch Apple will be introducing the App early 2015. It was reported last month that the new Photos App will be substituting Apple’s existing iPhoto and Aperture Apps. Apple also mentioned the upcoming Photos App will feature a number of professionally-fitting features including, image search, editing, effects and support for third-party extensions.

As a part of the launch, Apple has invited retail employees to test the pre-release version of the software. Apple has been doing this since few years, last year the company offered beta version of OS X Mavericks and iWork for iCloud, followed by the free permission to OS X Mountain Lion in 2012.

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