Apple released OS X 10.10 Yosemite GM2 candidate earlier today, and as usual, I went looking for changes. Wow. I must admit that I didn’t expected to see such a long list with changed files. Let’s see what Apple did. Ok. So the Mail, Messages and Notes apps have changed. All bug fixes so don’t expect new feature this late in the game. Next to that. A ton of the changed files are Bluetooth related. That certainly has been a large focus area for this update. I also see some refreshed (private) frameworks and note the security related files that got changed. Apple won’t tell us what the changes involve, but looking at the certificate related stuff, I’d say that’s probably a part of it.
The Xcode/Command Line Tools (6.1) for OS X 10.10 Yosemite also got an update.
I cherry picked the most interesting files out of a much longer list – with help of Pacifist. And here you have it:
– Bluetooth File Exchange.app
– Keychain Access.app
In short. Don’t let anyone fool you. This update, despite its smaller size, is a serious update. Especially for people like me with Bluetooth issues.