On November 20, Apple seeded the first developer beta for OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, and now, two weeks later, a new version of the beta has been released.
As has been par for the course with Yosemite since its launch, Apple has once again put a focus on Wi-Fi issues with this newest beta. Of course, with the developer release, it’s meant to highlight fixes that are not yet ready for the public, but should be soon. With this build, 14C78c, Apple tells testers to focus on Wi-Fi connectivity.
The newest beta build comes in at 470 MB. It’s available now through the Updates tab in the Mac App Store, or through the Apple Developer portal, which is linked here.
Here is an update about the latest IOS version for iPhone iPad iPad. Apple released the ios 8.2 beta for developers but now you can also update to the iOS 8.2 beta in your iPhone iPad iPod right now. Register your iPhone iPad iPod to Apple Developer Account and install the ios 8.2 beta.
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