Ever since the release of Yosemite, Mac users have been having a tough time with maintaining a WiFi connection, with some of them complaining that they have to turn their wireless on and off in order to get back online.
We already knew that there was an OS X 10.10.2 update in the works that would bring an end to that misery, and you will be happy to learn its public release has taken another step closer.
We were already told with the release of the last beta that the Wi-Fi connection problems were to be resolved, although we have heard that before. However, developers have spent some time with the update, and many of them have verified that the Wi-Fi issues looks certain to be a thing of the past.
Having said that, OS X 10.10 Yosemite users are still a little skeptical after hearing this promise before and that fact is was also rife in Mavericks, but we said earlier that devs seem rather positive with this upcoming update.
Other issues resolved — Apple has also been working on resolving other issues, which includes problems with VoiceOver, the Mail app and more.
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