OS X 10.11.2 Beta 2 Released for Testing on Macs
A new beta version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 has been released for Mac users participating in the beta testing programs.
The latest build for OS X 10.11.2 beta 2 arrives as 15C31f, and notes several focus areas, including graphics, Mail, Calendar, Photos, Spotlight, USB, and Wi-Fi (note that many El Capitan wi-fi issues can be resolved with these instructions). Presumably the update will be primarily aimed at bug fixes and feature enhancements.
Mac users enrolled in the beta testing programs for OS X can find the download available now in the Mac App Store Updates section, or find the download available from the Mac Developer Center.
An accompanying public beta version typically becomes available shortly after the developer beta has been released, thus users in the OS X public beta testing program can expect to find the update available shortly as well.
Separately, a new Xcode build is also available for developers, and iOS 9.2 beta 2 and tvOS 9.1 beta 1 are also in the wild for testing on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and the new Apple TV.
no more secure empty trash since the release…
“OS X 10.11.2 Beta 2 Released for developer testing” would have been a much more meaningful headline and not so misleading as to make me click on it.