Yes, I did.
It works alright for me with following configuration : Rhodes 5.0.30, Xcode 6.2, Yosemite 10.10.2, iOs 8.2.
I have tested it with an iPhone6, iPad and iPhone 4S.
Thank you! It's good to know that this time there was no major breaking change! Apple tends to make major breaking changes in Xcode, but mainly at major version numbers.
I want to do something with Apple Watch, and so I'll get updated, and report any issues I come across.
FYI, I updated. I did find one glitch.
Apparently, there is a problem with command-line tools finding any simulator other than 8.2, even if you install older ones:
You might want to watch that StackOverflow for any solutions, if you need to test with 8.1 or 7.1 simulator.
Here are the release notes: