“Some Mac users who have been experiencing longstanding wi-fi issues with OS X Yosemite have discovered that updating to OS X 10.10.2 does not resolve their networking difficulties,” OS X Daily reports. “Perhaps more troubling, some Mac users who had functioning wi-fi previously have discovered that new wireless difficulties have appeared on their Macs after updating to the OS X 10.10.2 release of Yosemite.”

These cases are likely outliers, as OS X 10.10.2 has resolved wi-fi difficulties for some users as well,” OS X Daily reports. “onetheless, we have received numerous reports about wi-fi issues appearing or persisting with OS X 10.10.2, and the large Apple thread on the topic continues to grow with user feedback about the same problem persisting.”

OS X Daily reports, “Typically, wi-fi issues with OS X 10.10.2 come in two varieties; sluggish transfer speeds relating to Bluetooth, or outright connection dropping and failing to establish a wireless connection at all.”

Potential fixes in the full article here.

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