Apple rolls out Yosemite OS X 10.10.2 and iOS 8.1.3 update

Apple Inc. has rolled out yet another operating system update both for the iOS and Mac OS devices. In this latest release of OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 and iOS, 8.1.3 company has squashed almost every bug that was hanging there for a long time.

According to release notes, the Yosemite update 10.10.2 now fixes the Wi-Fi and several other issues. The prime focus of the update was to settle the Wi-Fi drop problem; however, it has also addressed other issues, including Spotlight problems and delayed web page loading. The Cupertino giant has also added yet another feature that allows the user to browse the iCloud Drive in Time Machine.

Apple rolls out Yosemite OS X 10.10.2 and iOS 8.1.3 update-tecake

Along with the few minor fixes in VoiceOver, Bluetooth connectivity and more, the Yosemite update has also improved the stability and security of the Safari web browser.

Coming down the iOS update 8.1.3, which fixes the most annoying problem of the iOS update. The new iOS update will take less storage space comparatively, and will eliminate the issue that refrained some users from entering their Apple ID password for Messages and FaceTime. It also addresses the issue that caused Spotlight to stop displaying the app results. Apart from that it also fixes the issues that were related to the multitasking gestures on iPad.

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However, iOS update is just annoying as it was earlier. Apple Inc has apparently neglected those with the older iPhones and iPads. The issues related to the battery drain, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity are still hanging there, and it seems like company has completely ignored the other part of its user base. Though the update says, “it contains bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements”, there were complaints flooding out from almost every corner of this world.

Company is making a record break sales and profit through iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, however, is failing to take care of the users with the older generation of Apple devices. Can we assume as if it’s a market strategy or company really do not care about the older devices?

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