Apple has seeded the third beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 to registered developers. Available via the Updates pane of the Mac App Store, this update doesn’t introduce new features but rather focuses on the usual bug fixes and stability improvements.

Originally released on September 25, 2017, macOS High Sierra brings APFS, a whole new file system, to the Mac, as well as improvements to Safari, the Photos app, and other refinements.

More obvious changes to the user are the addition of hundreds of new emoji, including puking face, shush face, meditating pose, new food items, and many more.

macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 beta 3 (build number 17B42a) comes roughly a week after the previous beta release.

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  • SymbianFreak

    “Originally released on October 25, 2017″… Hmm… so is this post from the future then?