Apple today rolled out a second beta of macOS High Sierra to its registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program. macOS High Sierra beta 2 is now available via the Updates tab on Mac App Store on your Mac that has an appropriate configuration profile installed, which can be obtained through Dev Center.
macOS High Sierra 10.3 beta 2 doesn’t offer new features, but instead focuses on performance improvements and bug fixes.
The general public should soon have the chance to test-drive macOS High Sierra via the Apple Beta Software Program. macOS High Sierra debuted as a developer-only preview at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5. The software update will exit beta and release publicly this fall.
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