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Apple on Wednesday issued a new beta build of its upcoming OS X 10.10.2 maintenance update, once again asking developers to focus on Wi-Fi, Mail and VoiceOver alongside general system compatibility testing.
With the latest OS X 10.10.2 beta, dubbed build 14C94b, testers are being asked to focus on Wi-Fi, Mail and VoiceOver implementations, all areas of concern addressed in the last pre-release version issued in December.
Customers have complained of Wi-Fi connectivity issues since OS X Yosemite launched in October, with some users reporting slow speeds and dropped connections. A subsequent update attempted to patch complications for both Wi-Fi and Mail in November, but problems persisted.
Today's OS X 10.10.2 beta build is the third seeded revision to Apple's forthcoming point update and comes more than one month after the last version was issued in early December.
Developers can access the latest OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 build via Apple's Developer Portal.