El Capitan Apple Splash

In addition to iOS 9.2 beta 2 and tvOS 9.1 beta 1, members of the Apple Developer Program can also download OS X 10.11.2 beta 2 (build number 15C31f).

Arriving a week after the first beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 hit, the new software is now available to download on Macs with a previous beta through the Mac App Store’s Software Update mechanism, or as a standalone download via Apple’s portal for developers.

According to the official release notes, this pre-release version of what will become the second major software update for El Capitan does not introduce any new user-facing features. Instead, Apple is asking developers to focus on issues with graphics, Mail, Wi-Fi, Calendar, USB, Notes, Photos, Spotlight and networking.

“The OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac,” the changelog states.

We’ll be updating this article with other changes as we encounter them.

  • (JailbreakQA) King Shoot

    I hope El Capitan 10.11.2 beta 2 fixes more bugs than it brings >.>

  • Mads Teland

    Public Beta is also there, just only iOS 9.2 beta 2 is not as update for them that is in Public Beta program. I think it will come tomorrow.

    • iAdam1n

      No it’s not. Just checked the Mac App Store and nothing. (Yes, I am enrolled and on the first public beta of 10.11.2.)

      • Mads Teland

        It did happen for me, but now is there again.

  • Antonakis Kipouros Nikopolidis

    El Capitan is the worst OS apple released in the recent years. I feel like I’m running windows!!! Random crashes, jerky images, all kinds of crazy stuff happening all the time. Hope they release a new “mountain” soon and let us forget all about this tragedy.

    • AlphaPoppy

      I’m not experiencing any issues…

    • rockdude094

      Ive been bringing this up for ages.. the os has taken a few steps back. The Images are completely blurred and frequent crashes are daily occurrences.

    • Cristian B

      El Capitan is not perfect but to say its the worst OS Apple has released? I’m not experiencing any issues at all. It may be your Mac.

      • Antonakis Kipouros Nikopolidis

        Not to argue but it’s my experience so far and just an option. Never had any of those issues with previous releases. What would you think if your Mac was working perfectly for 2,5 years and after an update you encountered a tone of problems? Would you say it’s the hardware?