Apple today released the latest version of its desktop software, OS X 10.11.2 to the public, marking the launch of the second update to the El Capitan operating system that was first released on September 30. In testing since late October, OS X 10.11.2 follows the October 21 release of OS X 10.11.1, an update that introduced Office 2016 bug fixes and new emoji, among other improvements.
This release, which is now rolling out to Mac owners, focuses on bug fixes and other improvements across the board. That includes fixes for Wi-Fi reliability, the overall reliability of Hand-Off and AirDrop, as well as fixing issues that may have caused some Bluetooth-enabled devices to disconnect from the Mac haphazardly.
ere’s what’s new, according to Apple :
The OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.
This update :
- Improves Wi-Fi reliability
- Improves the reliability of Handoff and AirDrop
- Fixes an issue that may cause Bluetooth devices to disconnect
- Fixes an issue that prevented Mail from deleting messages in an offline Exchange account
- Fixes an issue that prevented importing photos from an iPhone to a Mac using a USB cable
- Improves iCloud Photo Sharing for Live Photos
OS X El Capitan has only been available for two months, but it has already received multiple updates to address bugs and other issues. Apple will continue to push regular updates to El Capitan to keep it running smoothly until the next major operating system update, expected in late 2016.
The new software can be installed through the Mac App Store and the Update tab. It’s available to all users that are currently running OS X El Capitan, and should be available soon.
If you’re running OS X El Capitan, have you already installed the update ?
Apple releases OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 With Multiple Bug Fixes