“I always emphasize caution to our readers when Apple introduces a major new operating system because problems can and usually do occur, especially early,” Peter Cohen writes for iMore. “My advice to Mavericks users was the same as what I doled out to iOS 8 users and to iOS 7 users last year. Sometimes the perils of a major operating system upgrade aren’t worth the trouble unless you’re willing to accept the risk of being an early adopter.”
“Apple’s been improving Yosemite in fits and starts; a 10.10.1 update came out in November which purportedly fixed some of the Wi-Fi problems that people reported early on,” Cohen writes. “But it didn’t fix them all, which is why Apple’s been seeding development betas of 10.10.2 which is also being tested for Wi-Fi improvements.”
Cohen writes, “One other thing, and this is important: If your Mac is running at or close to the low-end system requirements for Yosemite, think carefully before upgrading.”
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