10.10.1 has been released ....

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.... go grab it.

No Wait ..... I'll go first :Angry-Tongue:

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Thanks for the heads up!:)

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Not for me just yet on my 15" MacBook Pro (2012) I'm a seed tester for Apple in the UK, and to be honest 10.10 caused problems. I might just try 10.10.1 on an external HD which already has 10.10 on it.

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...and to be honest 10.10 caused problems.

This is why 10.10.1 was released.:) You should have less concerns with 10.10.1 than 10.10.

The first release of a new OS version is almost always going to be more "buggy" than the first update of a new release. With the release of 10.10.1…anyone wanting to upgrade to 10.10 (but had concerns)…now is the time to do it.:)

Will 10.10.1 be free of bugs…of course not. But neither will 10.10.2, 10.10.3…etc. Just hopefully fewer as time goes on.:)

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Just installed it, so far so good. A bit different however during the update process and after it finishes. It asks you if you wish to participate in Apple's diagnostics by allowing it to report back to them. After it installs, it asks you for your Apple ID and password. Further, it also asks you for your iCloud password. Very fast update though, only took about 3 minutes for everything.
 
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This is why 10.10.1 was released.:) You should have less concerns with 10.10.1 than 10.10.

The first release of a new OS version is almost always going to be more "buggy" than the first update of a new release. With the release of 10.10.1…anyone wanting to upgrade to 10.10 (but had concerns)…now is the time to do it.:)

Will 10.10.1 be free of bugs…of course not. But neither will 10.10.2, 10.10.3…etc. Just hopefully fewer as time goes on.:)

- Nick

Hi Nick,

Yes I'm aware of that. I started using Macs in 1992 on System 7 ! I think 10.4.11 holds the record for updates.

Just about to give 10.10.1 a try. Thanks for your comments.
 

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Yes I'm aware of that. I started using Macs in 1992 on System 7 ! I think 10.4.11 holds the record for updates.

Just about to give 10.10.1 a try.

Great to hear that you have so much experience!:)

In the post above you said "not for me just yet". With this much experience…you know that there are less concerns with the first update to a new OS (10.10.1). Much less to be concerned about than with the initial version 10.10!:)

Just go for it!:)

- Nick
 
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Just installed it, so far so good. A bit different however during the update process and after it finishes. It asks you if you wish to participate in Apple's diagnostics by allowing it to report back to them. After it installs, it asks you for your Apple ID and password. Further, it also asks you for your iCloud password. Very fast update though, only took about 3 minutes for everything.

I just installed the update and it did not ask me for anything.
It downloaded quickly, installed in under 3 minutes and booted to the login screen.
Just the normal logon password was asked.

Different configurations, different update behaviour .... don't know.

Cheers ... McBie
 

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Maybe the questions "chscag" mentioned are random. Maybe it's part of a survey Apple is doing…and as with many survey's (which cost money for analysis)…user's are selected randomly.:)

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Different configurations, different update behaviour .... don't know.

Like Nick said it's probably random. I'm not sure I understand why it needed both my Apple ID password and iCloud password? They're out to get me, that's why! ;P
 
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And Apple knows that chscag is a good reliable source to add to their feedback list. Wouldn't want them to waste their survey budget. ;) ;)
 
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Some serious improvements to TimeMachine as far as I am concerned.
It all became a bit more responsive when browsing through the TM backups.

Cheers ... McBie
 
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Yeah, no questions here, either. Guess I'm not trustworthy enough.
 
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So far so good and I noticed in notifications it asked if I wanted to turn on auto update which is new to me.
 
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Updated my Macbook Pro and all went well. I got asked to sign in to iCloud and did I want to turn on auto update (No!). I guess I will give it a go with my MB Air. My email comes in on my Air. It better not mess with my email accounts again .... :Not-Amused:

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10.10.1

Install ... about 5 mins with slow internet. Mail is finally working correctly now.
 
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Thanks or the heads up. Downloading it now though it is taking 13 mins here.
 
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It's not a survey. You were probably asked these questions when you installed 10.10, particularly if you were a beta tester, and if you replied in the affirmative you won't get asked them again in 10.10.1.
 
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Works fine on my 2014 MBA - no complaints here. Also, just a heads up: Don't update to iOS 8.1.1 if you're interested in Jailbreaking - the new update patches the Pangu8 Untethered Jailbreak.
 
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I just installed the update and it did not ask me for anything.
It downloaded quickly, installed in under 3 minutes and booted to the login screen.
Just the normal logon password was asked.

Different configurations, different update behaviour .... don't know.

Cheers ... McBie

Yup I didn't get any of that either. Nice, quick install and all seems well :)
 

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