Apple finally released its OS X 10.10.2 update yesterday and with it brought a number of fixes, most importantly to the persistent WiFi problems. However, not all is goo because users have already started to wonder how long it will be before the 10.10.3 update is released, as it is very much desired to fix the Mail problems.
So many of you never rush into updating to the latest version, although those that had been experiencing issues thought they had nothing to lose. While most of them were happy with what 10.10.2 fixed, they were shocked to learn that Apple had not addressed the many mail bugs.
What shocks us is that these are the same issues that were in Mavericks, such as one where the names on emails received are those pulled from your address book. This can become a huge issue if you have email addresses, as well as your own being in there.
For the most part people are very happy with this update, but it is clear Apple still has work to do, and so are eager for the release of the OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 update. We have heard from a handful of readers complaining that the WiFi issue is still there, but this can no longer be the case, and so we have to wonder if there are other factors to consider?
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