Mail OS X Yosemite

Apple has seeded a new beta of its upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 this afternoon. The update, labeled build 14C94b, is available through the Update tab in the Mac App Store and the Dev Center for all registered Mac developers.

Today’s release comes a few weeks after the previous OS X 10.10.2 beta, and Apple has once again asked developers to focus their testing efforts on Wi-Fi connectivity—a long-standing Yosemite issue—as well as Mail and VoiceOver.

Given that this is a minor update, we don’t expect to see any major changes outside of bug fixes. But we’re installing the beta now, and will pass along anything new of note. If you find something, e-mail us at

  • Rock Lee

    How about they fix the graphic card issues on MBP Retina 15″ late 2012?? I get random freezes when I visit websites or launch apps that use the Nvidia chip. I’m not the only one. And yes, I use Yosemite on a fresh clean install. Had these problem before and still have them on fresh install… No probs with Mavericks and Yosemite beta’s.

  • Mr. Luigi

    If this fixes the Wi-Fi connectivity problems I would not consider it a “minor” update. That’s just my 2-cents.

  • Tim Liu

    Umm did they fixed the bug that iTunes cannot recognise all models of iPod (except iPod Touch)????

    • jaysoncopes

      That would be an iTunes software update, not an OS X Yosemite update. I don’t personally own an iPod, so I can’t speak personally, but are you sure this is not just a problem with your install?

      • Tim Liu

        It is the Yosemite problem, not iTunes’ problem. and I’m not the only one who has the same problem that iTunes cannot recognise iPod after install last beta system

  • Paymon John Vafa

    What about blue tooth?