Apple has today rolled out a new beta version of OS X 10.11 El Capitan, with the first beta version of 10.11.2 now being released to testers just after a week after the final, stable launch of OS X 10.11.1 was released to public.
This new version of El Capitan is likely to contain at least a handful of bug fixes as well as potentially security updates to a system that is currently iterating about as quickly as it can. Downladable via either the Software Update portion of the Mac App Store or the Apple Developer Portal mechanism. Apple’s release notes signal out Graphics, Mail, Wi-Fi, Calendar, USB, Notes, Photos, and a bag full way of finding just about anything on a Mac, Spotlight, as receiving particular attention this time around.
It is not known what improvements the second update to OS X El Capitan will bring, likely to focus on bug fixes, security enhancements, and performance improvements to addressing issues that have been discovered since the release of OS X 10.11.1. Build 15C27e of 10.11.2 update is ready for those eligible to download it and it’s all well living life in the fast lane updating to latest builds of beta releases here and there, we wouldn’t suggest average joes installing beta builds of an operating system on their main primary computers.
If it’s first beta version of OS X that you are currently running on your Mac happens to be an earlier beta release, then getting the latest beta 1 of 10.11.2 update downloaded and installed as soon as possible on your machine probably wouldn’t be the worst idea you had this week. As oft-mentioned, if you are already on beta train, make sure you keep it updated as much as possible. Worth it.
Alongside this first beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 for Macs, Apple has also seeded the beta 1 of iOS 9.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. For more info n what is new in iOS 9.2 check ut our published article here: Download iOS 9.2 Beta 1 For iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.