“Apple has handed the first Mac OS X Yosemite update to developers for testing, and is reportedly asking them to focus on three areas, including Wi-Fi connectivity, which have been problematic for many users,” Juan Carlos Perez reports for IDG News Service.
“The OS build is labeled as version 10.10.1 (14B17), according to a note posted on Apple’s developer site, and is available currently only to registered Apple coders,” Perez reports. “Multiple technology news sites and blogs are reporting that the release notes for the beta build are very brief, but that they include a request for testers to focus on Wi-Fi, Exchange accounts in the Mail application and the Notification Center.”
Perez reports, “Complaints from Mac owners whose Wi-Fi went haywire or became completely useless after moving to Yosemite have been pouring into social media sites, discussion forums and blogs since the OS’s release on October 16.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]