The fourth beta version of OS X 10.10.2 Yosemite was released to developers recently by Apple. This time, developers were asked again to focus on Mail, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and VoiceOver before it gets released to the public. The last version was released just about a week ago with build number 14C94b. The newest update has a build number of 14C99d and cannot be accessed by AppleSeed users just yet.

Ever since OS X Yosemite was released back in October of last year, Wi-Fi connections have been an issue for many users. The issue has still yet to get resolved and it’s been almost 3 months. Users were complaining about connectivity issues as well as having slower transfer speeds.

The public release should be soon as pre-release builds keep getting released with just one week apart. If you are a developer, you can get access to OS X 10.10.2 Yosemite from the Developer Portal.

Source: Apple