OS X 10.10.2 Beta 2 Released for Developers
Apple has released another beta of OS X 10.10.2 Yosemite to those registered with the Mac Developer program. Officially labeled as “Pre-release: OS X Update Seed 10.10.2”, the second beta build arrives as 14C78c and is said to focus specifically on Wi-Fi. No other bugs or issues are mentioned in the brief download notes accompanying the release.
Those eligible to receive developer builds of OS X can find the update available through the App Store and Software Update mechanism, the package size is around 300MB.
OS X 10.10.1, which is the most recent available public release of Mac system software, also included resolutions to some wi-fi troubles experienced by users with the first OS X 10.10 release of Yosemite. Despite the wi-fi improvements offered with that version, many Mac users continued to experience wireless connection issues with OS X 10.10.1 anyway, which have sometimes proved resilient to traditional wi-fi network troubleshooting techniques.
Though OS X 10.10.2 does not have a specific release date, Apple typically goes through several beta builds before pushing a wider public release of system software.