OS X 10.10.2 Beta 6 Released for Testing
Apple has released a sixth beta version of OS X 10.10.2 to those registered with the Mac Developer program. The new build arrives as 14C106a and continues to emphasize a focus on resolving wi-fi problems, Mail, and VoiceOver.
Users who are opted in and signed up to test pre-release OS X software will find the update available in the Mac App Store under the “Updates” tab. The update weighs in around 500MB and requires a reboot. As usual, users should only test beta software on Macs that are well backed-up and not necessarily their primary computer.
The quicker pace of beta updates suggests that OS X 10.10.2 could be nearing a public release soon, as the previous 5th beta was released to developers and beta testers just a week ago.
OS X 10.10.2 appears to focus exclusively on bug fixes and resolving some ongoing issues that some users have experienced with OS X Yosemite. It does not appear that OS X 10.10.2 will include new features or other significant changes to OS X Yosemite, though it’s possible that the final release version may carry additions not shown in the beta releases.