Yesterday we heard that developers received the third beta of macOS High Sierra and now Apple has released a new beta version of the software to its public beta testing program.
Apple has released macOS High Sierra Beta 2 to its public beta testing program, this comes just a couple of weeks after the release of the first beta to public testers.
Apple’s macOS High Sierra was unveiled at their Worldwide Developer Conference last month and it brings a wide range of new features to their Mac range of computers.
As yet we do not have an official release date for High Sierra, the software is expected to land some time this fall, probably in either September or October.
If you want to test out the macOS High Sierra beta 2 you will need to sign up to Apple’s public beta testing program, you can find out more details about this here.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple