Apple has seeded OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 beta 2 to developers for testing on Monday; the first beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 came out last week.

The update includes some bug fixes and general stability improvements for the new operating system, which officially rolled out to the public as a free upgrade for Mac OS X users last month.

With this second seed, Mac developers are being asked to focus on bugs in the Wi-Fi, Notification Center, and Exchange Accounts in the Mail application; Apple apparently has some known issues in these areas that they want to get fixed up before the update goes live to the general public.

Developers that are on the beta update channel will be able to upgrade to beta 2 of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 from the Updates tab in the Mac App Store. It's also possible to go to the Software Update option from the  menu in the Menu Bar.

iOS 8.1.1 is also currently in developers hands and is set to be released some time in the future. It's a good idea to hold off on iOS 8.1.1 since it patches the Pangu8 jailbreak for iOS 8, but OS X Yosemite 10.10.1, on the other hand, should certainly be safe to upgrade to when it comes out officially in the near feature.

We will continue to keep you posted, so stay tuned!