Apple has just seeded the Mac OS X 10.10 update 1.0 to developers that they will be able to download through the normal Mac software update menu. The file size of the first update is 1.16GB, and is recommended for all users of the first preview.
The OS X 10.10 Yosemite Developer Preview 2 release notes haven’t been made available and still show the same details found in preview 1, although we’ll be able to figure out more details on bug fixes after a little hands-on time with our developer.
Have you noticed any major improvements or changes within OS X 10.10 update 1.0? It will be interesting to see if the pairing between iOS 8 devices and OS X 10.10 improves in this first update, especially considering the problems we noticed with connecting to an iPad and iPhone through Handoff.
Other issues reported by our developer readers included the Mail app crashing and other native apps freezing, which then lead users to use Apple’s force quit option to close them. This even stopped a restart of iMacs and MacBooks, thanks to apps not closing.
We’ll publish more details on the changes in OS X 10.10 Yosemite Developer Preview 2 over the coming days. The latest build is 14A261i.
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