After a four-week long break Apple has finally released the next beta version of future updates OS X Yosemite. The update is available for registered developers and users involved in the testing program.
Release of the fourth beta version of OS X 10.10.2 held after almost a month after the previous build upgrade. The gap is already too long, but it is connected, probably, with the holidays, rather than technical difficulties.
Build number 14C94b. Update is intended to fix problems with Wi-Fi, which pursue many users since the launch of OS X Yosemite in October. The problem has not been resolved in the update OS X 10.10.1. Furthermore, apdeyte be eliminated problems in the application Mail, and VoiceOver.
Install the beta version of the update, you can now with the help of Mac App Store or through the Centre for developers. However, in both cases you will need to be a registered developer, or participate in the beta software.
Given the availability of already four beta OS X 10.10.2, it can be assumed that the release of the final version of the update in the coming weeks. [MacRumors]