Apple's event might have skipped the Mac, but the company didn't completely forget about OS X today. A new update for El Capitan has been released that fixes a bug in Safari that stopped Twitter's t.co links from opening in the browser.
It only took 6 months, but Safari can open Twitter links again! pic.twitter.com/1oYzJgXcIz— Thomas Ricker (@Trixxy) March 21, 2016
The Safari bug occasionally caused links shortened by Twitter to hang after being clicked, and became a major topic on Apple's forums. As for the rest of El Capitan version 10.11.4, it is said to work better with Live Photos in the Messages and Photos apps, and the gif-like photos can now be AirDropped between the two operating systems.
The Notes app is now able to be protected with specific passwords for individual entries to stop anyone reading your hastily scribbled thoughts. Notes will also let you migrate data from other services like Evernote with a new "Import Notes" option. OS X 10.11.4 has been in beta for a few months, but will be made available to everyone with a Mac running El Capitan today.