The last developer release for the OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 beta came on January 7, with a major focus on Wi-Fi and other key resources within the desktop platform.Now, on Wednesday, January 14, Apple has released yet another version of the developer beta. This particular update, which is available through the Mac App Store’s update utility for machines running the proper software, bring the build version to 14C99d.
With this update, the focus is yet again on Wi-Fi, with Apple aiming to squash some of the lingering bugs that may remain. The newest developer beta is also meant to fix some issues with VoiceOver, the built-in Mail app and more. Considering that only a week separated this developer release from the previous update, it would seem likely that Apple is gearing up to launch it publicly, so stay tuned.