OS X Yosemite is close to the end of its active life, and soon to be replaced by the next iteration in OS X, the El Capitan. At a time like this, it's rather strange to see another update rolling out for Yosemite, but that's exactly what Apple did today. The Cupertino-based company quietly released Yosemite 10.10.5, which is more of an under-the-hood update that includes a number of bug fixes, most importantly for the DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE vulnerability.
As part of the continuation of the current-generation Mac OS, Apple has just released the first OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite beta to registered developers. This latest progressive seed of OS X Yosemite comes just two weeks after Apple made OS X 10.10.4 available to the general public and follows hot on the heels of the latest developer preview of OS X El Capitan. In terms of OS X development, this could be the last update for Yosemite that we see before the next-generation of OS X, El Capitan, hits the Mac App Store with global availability.
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Apple has today released a new security update for OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, and is available immediately for users via the Mac App Store. More details on the update can be found right here after the jump.