Updating OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 not solved the problem with Wi-Fi on the Mac




Perhaps, Apple hurried, has released an update OS X 10.10.1 for computers. The update did not solve the problem, which many users have complained Mac operating system OS X Yosemite.


Updating OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 addition to improving compatibility with iron was intended to solve the problem of unstability of the wireless connection. However, user complaints on the Apple Support site indicate that the update is not fully coped with the task.

Update, debuting Monday, improves compatibility with Mac and is recommended for all users. This release improves stability when connecting to the server Microsoft Exchange, the reliability of message delivery Mail with some email services and reliability when connecting to remote computers. A separate item in the changes announced 10.10.1 correction of errors affecting the stability of the Wi-Fi.

For the first time with the poor quality of the wireless connection “makovody” encountered after installing OS X 10.10 in October. According to users, in Yosemite observed low data rate, periodic breaks connection, reducing the stability of the signal. Sometimes the connection is terminated after a few minutes after the connection.


Apple did not comment on the failure, but in the accompanying notes to the OS X 10.10.1 said about solving the problem. Numerous reports on the company’s website, meanwhile, suggest that the bug was and continues to ruin the lives of users.

For information on how to restore the normal operation of Wi-Fi in OS X Yosemite MacDigger previously told here . Apple technical support experts advise to address a similar problem users go to Settings -> Network -> Advanced and failed old records from the list of preferred networks. Also recommended that you reset the SMC .

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