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Updating OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 not solved the problem with Wi-Fi on the Mac
Updating OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 addition of new features and capabilities was designed to solve the problem with the work Wi-Fi on your Mac. However, reports of users on the official Apple support forum indicate that the update is not fully coped with its task.
Owners of Apple computers began to complain about the poor performance Wi-Fi with the release of OS X Yosemite in October last year. In recent months, there were two unsuccessful update for the OS, the latest of which was the OS X 10.10.2. Released on January 27, the update is an interim update and eliminates the bug leads to slower loading web pages, fixes security bug Spotlight , increases the reliability of VoiceOver. A separate item changes announced correction of errors affecting the stability of Wi-Fi.
However, some “makovody” who complained of erratic operation Wi-Fi, continue to report the problem. 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. Resource OSXdaily, paid attention to the complaints, notes that users can even talk about new problems with the wireless connection. The branch is offline Apple, dedicated Wi-Fi in Yosemite has more than 730,000 views and 2,300 responses.
Apple has not commented officially these complaints, but in the accompanying notes to the OS X 10.10.2 said about solving the problem. Numerous reports on the company’s website, however, indicate that the bug was and continues to ruin the lives of users.
For information on how you can try to restore the normal operation of Wi-Fi in OS X Yosemite, MacDigger previously wrote 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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