Apple has this week made available the new MacOS Sierra Beta 4 to developers allowing them to enjoy the latest release ahead of the public rollout expected to take place during September 2016.
This weeks release is the fourth developer preview of macOS Sierra since Apple unveiled the new Mac operating system earlier this year during WWDC 2016. Check out the video below for an overview of what you can expect from macOS Sierra.
To be able to test out the latest macOS Sierra requires a promotional code for registered developers, that you redeem through the Mac App Store. Apple explains a little more about the latest OS release :
Give customers the security and convenience of Apple Pay on your websites. Boost your app’s graphics and compute potential with enhancements to Metal. Let users interact with your websites and apps in great new ways, such as watching video while they multi-task with Picture in Picture, editing Live Photos within your app, and more. Learn about macOS Sierra.
To make it even easier to update your system, this beta is available as an automatic download for El Capitan 10.11.5 or later. If you have set your Mac to download automatic updates in the background and receive beta software updates, the macOS Sierra beta 4 will download automatically and you will receive a notification when the download is complete. Simply click “Install” to begin. If you have chosen not to receive automatic updates, you can download this beta on the Apple Developer website.