It has only been a week since the previous Yosemite update developer seed and, past as prologue, that has sometimes meant public release is imminent. Regardless, OS X 10.10.2 14C99d is available to register developers, though AppleSeed testers have been left out at least for the time being.
What’s changed? Apple’s seed note and Software Update note provide little information other than the updated build number, 14C99d (was 14C94b), and Apple’s request that devs should focus their testing on Mail, WiFi, Bluetooth and VoiceOver.
OS X 10.10.2 includes Safari 8.0.2 and Mail 8.2, though there don’t appear to be any new features baked. It could be argued, by the most aggrieved Mail users, that providing a version that delivers the advertised features would be new.
That said, various source indicate that OS X 10.10.2 developer seeds to date resolve WiFi and DNS issues for many if not most, but not all affected users.
Are you still affected OS X Yosemite WiFi, Mail and/or DNS issues? How’s OS X 10.10.2 shaping up for you?
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Sources: AppleInsider, MacRumors, 9 to 5 Mac