After six test versions, Apple today released the OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 (compilation 14E46) for everyone.
The update improves Mac stability, compatibility and security, and is recommended for all users. Here are all the changes scored by Apple:
- Improves network reliability;
- Improves the Migration Assistant's reliability;
- Addresses an issue that prevented certain external monitors from working properly;
- Improves the reliability of updating photo libraries from iPhoto and Aperture to Photos;
- Improves reliability when synchronizing photos and videos with the iCloud Photo Library;
- Addresses an issue that caused Photos to terminate unexpectedly after importing some Leica DNG files;
- Resolves an issue that could delay outgoing email messages in Mail;
More information about this update can be seen in this support article; anyone who wants to can also check out more detailed information on the security content of this update in this article.
Update · 06/30/2015 s 14:30
Here are the direct links to download the update:
In addition to OS X Yosemite 10.10.4, Apple also released Mac EFI Security Update 2015-001 (105.4MB), which improves system security by correcting an EFI problem that could be replaced without authorization.
Update II · 06/30/2015 s 15:20
Apple has also released security updates for those not yet running OS X Yosemite:
If you are running OS X Yosemite, don't worry, as these security-related improvements are built into 10.10.4.
Update III, by Rafael Fischmann · 06/30/2015 s 16:12
OS X 10.10.4 comes with Safari 8.0.7 built in, and Apple today also released versions 7.1.7 (for OS X Mavericks) and 6.2.7 (for OS X Mountain Lion) all with some bug fixes. security, as reported by the Mac Security Blog.