For the third time this month, Apple has released another beta version of the upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 software. Registered developers can download it now through the Mac App Store or Apple’s Developer Center.
Just like the version released last week, build 14C106a focuses on Wi-Fi, Mail, and VoiceOver improvements.
Version 10.10.2 of the OS X software has been in development since at least November, when the first developer beta was released. The current version of the software available to the public, 10.10.1, landed in November.
Members of the public beta program last received a version of 10.10.2 back in December.
Apple officially released OS X Yosemite back in October as a free upgrade. It offers a major visual overhaul, much like with iOS 7.
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