Just a couple of weeks ago, Apple pushed out the beta version of its latest OS X Yosemite. The pushed out version before was the 10.10.2 which is the first of the updates the OS has received since its launch earlier this year in mid-October. Now with this update there have been no major changes though, still there are numerous bug fixes in it.
Now the second update released with the build version 14C78c has some more bug fixes, but most importantly Apple has been trying to tackle the issue with the Wi-Fi that Yosemite has been reported to be facing from numerous users till date. The sad news is that those have not been sorted out in this build as well.
The developers at Apple as well as other third party app developers have been advised by Apple to work on the Wi-Fi issue and get it sorted out ASAP. Now our only hope is that it gets sorted out soon. Also we are expecting Apple to come up with something cool and various new features in the next update of Yosemite.
Apple has worked a bit on this one too though, Microsoft Exchange Server, Back to My Mac, Mail and so called Wi-Fi reliability improvements have been pushed. So the future does seem bright for all the Apple aficionados.
The OS X 10.10.1 version was quite a benchmark on the iMac desktop operation system life cycle and we are expecting Apple to come up with something really special in 10.10.3.
All those who have the OS X Yosemite and are looking to update your Macs, you can head up to the Mac App Store where you will be seeing an update available for your Mac. For the developers too, the update is available in the Mac development center as well.
If you have got the update and found anything interesting and new, do let us know down below in the comments and we will make sure to inform everyone else too about that cool feature or an issue or a bug.