Just a couple of days after it released the first OS X 10.11.2 beta to developers, Apple has begun pushing the build out to public beta testers. The first public beta release carries the same build number, 15C27e, as the developer version pushed out earlier this week. If you're enrolled in Apple's beta testing program, you can go ahead and grab the latest update in the Mac App Store now.
It's not yet clear what changes OS X 10.11.2 brings along, but Appel is asking for users to focus on the areas of graphics, Mail, Wi-Fi, Calendar, USB, Notes, Photos, and Spotlight. It's likely this release will simply tidy up some bugs left over from the 10.11.1 release.