Apple today released the sixth beta version of OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 for both developers and Apple Beta Software Program participants. The new build (14E36b) arrives less than a week after the release of the fifth test version and can be downloaded from both the Ma website and the Mac App Store (if the person is already using any of the previously released beta versions).
The focus areas remain the same: the Photos app, the Migration Assistant, and the Arabic and Hebrew languages. In addition, a significant change could solve the problems of users who continue to experience difficulties with Wi-Fi connections. In OS X 10.10.4, Apple will return to using the network process mDNSresponder instead of the new discoveryd, which until today is giving a lot of headache to users.
Taking into account the pace of the releases, everything indicates that the final version will arrive for everyone soon.
(tip from Arthur Pereira)