As well as releasing the new iOS 11.1 beta 5, Apple has also released macOS High Sierra 10.3.1 beta 4, the software is now available for both developers and also members of Apple’s public beta testing program.
The macOS High Sierra 10.3.1 software will bring a range of new features to Apple’s Mac range of computers. This includes the new emoji that are also coming to the iPhone in iOS 11.1. You can see more information on the new Emoji here.
The update will also fix the KRACK WiFi security issue that is affecting all WiFi devices at the moment, the hack allows hackers to exploit the WPA2 protocol and intercept network traffic. Once this software is released there should be no issue with the exploit on the Mac.
As yet we do not have a release date for macOS High Sierra 10.3.1, although we suspect Apple is going to release it the same time as iOS 11.1. We are expecting iOS 11.1 some time next week ahead of the launch of the new iPhone X on Friday the 3rd of November.
As soon as we get some details on exactly when Apple intends to release the latest version of macOS High Sierra and iOS 11.1, we will let you guys know.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple