OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 is now available in the Mac App Store for all users capable of running the latest Mac operating system. The software update has been in testing through the developer and public beta program since late October, going through five pre-release versions.

OS X 10.11.2 betas have focused on improvements across a handful of apps and parts of the operating system, including graphics, Mail, Wi-Fi, Calendar, USB, Notes, Photos, Spotlight, and networking. The update to the Mac will also likely be required to take advantage of AT&T’s new NumberSync feature for iPhones, which has been tested in previous iOS 9.2 betas ahead of an early 2016 release. Apple first started testing OS X 10.11.2 with developers and public beta testers in late October.

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Apple also released iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1, and watchOS 2.1 today.

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