If you’re signed on the Apple Beta Software Program, you can now install the latest beta of macOS Sierra on your Mac even if you’re not a developer as macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 just went live minutes after the Cupertino firm posted the third public beta of iOS 10.
macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 contains the same features as the developer-only macOS Sierra beta 4. Developer-only fourth betas of iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10 were pushed yesterday.
If you run a prior Sierra beta, are enrolled in Apple Beta Software Program and have a proper configuration file installed on your computer, the latest public beta of Sierra should appear under the Mac App Store’s Updates tab.
The third public beta of macOS Sierra—and developer-only beta 4—are light on new features as Apple continues squashing bugs and smoothing out the rough edges.
Release notes for macOS Sierra Public Beta 3 are available from Apple.
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If you want to enroll into Apple’s beta testing program, sign up via the Apple Beta Software Program webpage and follow the instructions.
Apple currently offers public betas for iOS and macOS.
Everyone else will have a chance to install Sierra on their Macs when the operating system launches this fall as a free software update on the Mac App Store.
Are you excited for macOS Sierra?