Today Apple has released the second public beta build of OS X Yosemite, which will be available by running Software Update in the Apple menu for those who are part of Apple’s Yosemite public beta program.
While the update only states it is recommended for all users, this is the case for all of Apple’s pre-release software. The latest update will address a number of bugs with the prior beta build of Yosemite, and puts the release of Yosemite a few steps closer. If you are using the Yosemite public beta, then be sure to install this update.
Therefore, back up your OS X Yosemite installations using Time Machine (or back up any virtual machines that you have installed Yosemite on), and then update as soon as you can.
In addition to the Yosemite update, Apple has released iTunes 12 for testing, which introduces the software’s new interface and services that work with Yosemite. Be sure to install this update as well, since older versions of iTunes may be broken with the new version of the operating system.
Yosemite Public Beta 2 has broken my NetBanking in Australia in Safari
It still works in Firefox. It worked well in the previous version.
It partially loads the page and then stutters. No accounts are loaded. Using Developer menu and Chrome it is fine. Just another beta irritation!
Thanks for the notice. I don’t spend a lot of time in Yosemite so who knows when I would have noticed the update announcement there.