Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13 Beta 2

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Apple today released the 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 in Mac App Store on your Mac if you have already installed the macOS High Sierra beta 1. If you want to install the macOS High Sierra on your Mac now then register your Mac UDID to Apple Developer Program and get the macOS High Sierra beta’s and enjoy all the new features which is coming in this Fall’17 early. Check out the New Features of MacOS High Sierra here > 

Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13 beta 2 to developers & iOS 11 beta 2. Registered devices now can install the macOS High Sierra. If you have nto registered your Mac/iPhone to Apple Developer Program yet, then register your iPhone/iPad/Mac to Apple Developer Program here > The build number is of MacOS High Sierra is 17A291j.

The build number is of MacOS High Sierra is 17A291j. The macOS 10.13 Developer Preview supports
• MacBook or iMac: Late 2009 or newer
• MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, or Mac Pro: 2010 or newer

To Enroll Your Mac in the Apple Developer Program – Go here > then Download the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility from the link which you will get in the mac UDID registration confirmation email from iAppleStuffs and run the installer.

Install the macOS Developer Beta

Make sure that, your Mac is registered to Apple Developer Program > Then do the followings to get the beta.


1. Open the Mac App Store.
2. Download macOS Developer Beta.
3. Open the macOS installer app after it has finished downloading.
4. Follow the instructions to install the beta version of macOS.

Install subsequent updates from the Mac App Store. When a new macOS Developer Beta is available, you receive a notification and can install it from the Updates pane in the Mac App Store. Enjoy. If you have not installed the iOS 11 beta on your iPhone yet, then Install it right now on your iPhone & iPad and enjoy all the great new features.

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