Whenever new software is released, there are bound to be some bugs that the developers failed to catch during their testing phases. Some of the reported problems of OS X Yosemite included Bluetooth connectivity issues, and now according to reports, it seems that WiFi connectivity issues can be added to the list as well.
According to a variety of reports across the internet, OS X Yosemite users have been complaining of WiFi issues affecting their computers. It does not seem to be limited to a particular Mac computer, thus hinting that it could be software related. Users are reporting that their WiFi connections have slowed after updating, and in some cases users are also reporting frequent disconnections.
There have been a variety of suggestions to help address the issue, shared by both users and some of Apple’s support representatives. Some of these suggestions have worked, and some haven’t and has ranged from disabling Bluetooth to turning off Handoff, performing a clean install of Yosemite, changing their router settings, and more.
Apple has yet to acknowledge that the problem exists and in some cases, some have recommended users to just downgrade to OS X Mavericks until a fix can be issued which hopefully won’t be too long. In the meantime are there any OS X Yosemite users who can verify these WiFi issues?
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