Two days after seeding OS X 10.11.2 beta 2 to developers, Apple has pushed the update out to public beta testers as well. The developer version included a build number of 15C31f, which will likely match today’s release.
Public beta users can download the update now from the Mac App Store’s Updates tab. New users can apply for the program at Apple’s beta website.
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I activated wifi calling on other devices yesterday with the 10.11.1 public beta, so this beta is not need to activate it.
Not needed, sure wish we could edit our posts.
I have the GM version of 10.11 installed and was able to activate wifi calling with no issue.
10.11.2 first beta finally enabled Calendar synchronization with Exchange (2007), which has been broken since the first 10.11 beta. However it severely impacted performance, making my MacBook Retina 1.2GHz almost unusable. The second beta fixes this completely it seems. One less problem in the world!
AT&T Number Sync works on my MBP 13 (2015), but not with my MBP 15 (2011). Both are running the same beta build. My phone shows both devices as “on” – but there’s no option on the MBP 15 to “upgrade”… Any one else having this issue?