Apple continues to throw the beta testers and developers pre-release OS X 10.10.2, trying, whenever possible, to identify and fix the maximum number of errors and omissions. The next release came just a week later.
The first beta version of OS X 10.10.2 to developers appeared in November 20. Then there were a few releases (eg this and that this, too), and almost every one of them the company to alert the user to the Wi-Fi and the need to thoroughly test the functionality of the module.
In addition, the company asked the testers and developers to focus on the Mail, WiFi and VoiceOver. The size of the update is 564 MB, which more than most previous releases. Assembling OS X 10.10.2 (14C106a) is now available in the Mac App Store for those who participate in the beta program for Apple. [9To5Mac]