Apple Releases New OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 Beta to Developers for Testing
Apple has recently released a new beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 to developers for testing. The release comes just one week after the release of the previous OS X 10.10.1 beta, which had a build number 14B17 and contained a wide number of stability improvements and bug fixes.
Today's beta version has a build number 14B23. To be honest, it is unclear what new features or improvements the second update brings. I hope that the guys from Cupertino have fixed the bug that brought Wi-Fi issues to a wide number of Mac users worldwide. In case you don't remember, the bug causes constant connection problems on different Mac and MacBook models.
Anyway, let's get back to our main topic, which is the new OS X beta. As usual, Apple asks the developers to focus on such problem areas of Yosemite as Wi-Fi, Exchange accounts in Mail and the Notification Center. This indicates that there may be some improvements and tweaks in these sections of the operating system.
Apple released OS X Yosemite to users worldwide in October, several months after the official announcement at WWDC.
Those who have a developer account can download and test the latest OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 beta right now. The update is available on Apple's Dev Center or through the Software Update option on the Mac App Store.
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