Apple today released a revised version of the macOS High Sierra beta. It’s an update of macOS High Sierra Developer Beta 2 Update. It comes with improvements and bug fixes. The new version of High Sierra comes a little over a week after the second macOS High Sierra beta was first released to developers. There are so many new features in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. Check out the new features of macOS High Sierra beta here >
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The new beta can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center, and once installed, subsequent betas will be available through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.
macOS High Sierra builds on features introduced with macOS Sierra. It focuses on new core storage, video, and graphics technology, introducing a new Apple File System (APFS), High Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC) and an updated version of Metal with support for VR and external GPUs.
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Some apps are also gaining new features. Photos have gained a new sidebar that’s designed to make it easier to access editing tools and albums, and there are new filters and editing options like Curves and Selective Color. Photos also support external editing apps like Photoshop and Pixelmator, saving changes made in those apps, and it interfaces with third-party printing services.
Safari is gaining speed enhancements, an option to end autoplay video, and a new feature that puts a stop to data tracking. Siri in macOS High Sierra has expanded music capabilities and a new, more natural voice, and Spotlight supports flight status information. There are also improvements to iCloud, FaceTime, Messages, and Notes.
macOS High Sierra is available only for registered developers at the current time, The final version will be released on this fall for the public. Until then there will be several beta versions and upgrades plus improvements. More features will be added in beta versions.[via MacRumors]