“After existing in beta with developers for a few months, Apple is preparing to release the second update to OS X Yosemite in the coming days to customers,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“The OS X 10.10.2 update was seeded to Apple employees this week under the build 14C109, which is a bit newer than the most recent developer preview,” Gurman reports. “Sources provided the release notes, and there are some notable feature additions and fixes.
“the new release adds the ability for iCloud Drive to be viewed in Time Machine. This means users will be able to track changes over time, and locate lost items that were previously in their iCloud Drive accountsGurman reports,” Gurman reports. “Next, Apple says that WiFi disconnection issues will be fixed in this release.”
More info and full release notes in the full article here.