Quite an update, today, for OS X El Capitan. Took some time to install it.
Apple on Tuesday released an update to OS X El Capitan. Version 10.11.2 of the Mac operating system includes several bug fixes and performance enhancements.
According to Apple, the update includes the following:
Improves Wi-Fi reliabilityImproves the reliability of Handoff and AirDropFixes an issue that may cause Bluetooth devices to disconnectFixes an issue that prevented Mail from deleting messages in an offline Exchange accountFixes an issue that prevented importing photos from an iPhone to a Mac using a USB cableImproves iCloud Photo Sharing for Live Photos
Apple also has a support page that details the security content of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 and Security Update 2015-008.
Before installing the update, back up your Mac’s data. The update is available in the App Store under Updates. You can also go to the Apple menu, select About This Mac, and click the Software Update button in the Overview window.
Developers, take note: Apple also released Xcode 7.2, which includes Swift 2.1.1 and SDKs for the OS updates that Apple released on Tuesday.
And it's the same shit as ever:
No incremental update. And you can pause and resume actively, but if your connection fails, you'll have to start all over again. No wonder them Chinese download torrents.