The OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 release date cannot come soon enough, and with the beta launched for developers on Monday, it is a good sign that we do not have too long to wait. Looking over the release notes we can see the first update for Yosemite will finally fix those dreaded WiFi problems that have crippled many Macs, with myself having to keep turning wireless off and on again in order to get an Internet connection.
Checking for updates — Even tough I know my iMac checks for updates automatically, this has not stopped me from keep on clicking on the update on the App Store to see if the OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update is available for download yet. Take today, I have now checked around ten times because the WiFi problems are getting me down.
My friend has a MacBook Pro and he can hardly get on the Internet, and when he does the speed is not that great, a huge percentage less than what it should be.
Apple has listed three fixes once OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 is released, once it passes the beta stage that is. The three are improvements to WiFi connectivity as we mentioned above, Exchange support in the Mail application and finally, improvements to the Notification Center.
There was hope that 10.10.1 would have fixed the rMBP freezing with graphics switching, but that looks as though that will be fixed another time.
How many times do you check in the day to see if the OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update is live?
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