Apple has released the fourth beta OS X of El Capitan 10.11.2 to beta program members. The new build is numbered 15C47a and is available to all beta testers and developers.
OS X 10.11.2 will contain changes deep inside the system, various kinds of bug fixes and fine-tuning of various features, the emphasis is on graphics, wi-fi, USB, Mail, Calendar, Notes, Photos and Spotlight search.
Mac owners with an earlier beta OS X 10.11.2 will be able to upgrade to this version in Mac Updates App Store. Developers can also download the update from Apple Developer Center for OS X. As always, you will need to reboot your Mac after installation.
It is not yet clear when OS X 10.11.2 will go into mass production, usually Apple it is required to run a few bets before the final release of the new version of the system. The newest full version OS X of El Capitan remains OS X 10.11.1.