“Are you one of the many, many OS X Yosemite users who have been plagued with intermittent, seeming unsolvable problems with WiFi dropping since upgrading from Mavericks?” John Brownlee reports for Cult of Mac. “The end to your problems may very well be coming down the pipe.”
“Apple has begun seeding a new developer beta of OS X Yosemite, version 10.10.1,” Brownlee reports. “OS X Yosemite has been plagued with issues involving randomly dropping WiFi connections since release. So far, no one is entirely sure what is causing the issue, although some people say the problem can be addressed by disabling Bluetooth, iCloud, or deleting your WiFi connection and readding it. But nothing works 100%.”
Brownlee reports, “With Apple stressing testers look at WiFi the second beta in a row, it looks like Cupertino is making a serious effort to fix the issue in the next OS X update.”
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MacDailyNews Take: It is rather annoying. How about you? Are you tired of toggling Wi-Fi on and off or renewing your DHCP lease or whatever you do to get your Wi-Fi working again, yet? We look forward to having all of our Macs’ Wi-Fi connections just work.