Apple is about the release their next generation operating system for the Macs. MacOS is the world’s most advanced operating system. Every year on WWDC event Apple unveils a new macOS. Last year, Apple renamed OS X to macOS. This year also no different, Apple will unveil a new macOS to the registered Apple Developer Program user after the WWDC’17 event on June 5th, 2017. Your Mac needs to be registered with an Apple Developer Program to install any macOS beta. In this post, we will guide you on How to prepare your Mac for installing the upcoming macOS 10.13 / macOS 11 beta.
How to prepare your Mac for installing macOS beta 10.13
Apple releases the macOS beta for registered Apple Developer Program users. If you want to install the macOS beta on your Mac then you have to register your Mac UDID to Apple Developer Program. We are offering iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Tv UDID registrations to Apple Developer Program for only $15. If you are interested then you can register your device to Apple Developer program from our UDID Registration Page >Purchase Mac UDID Registration to Apple Developer Program
So here are the things that you need to do in order to prepare your Mac for installing the new macOS 10.13.
Step 1: Register your Mac UDID to Apple Developer Program >, it will give you access to install the macOS beta’s on your registered Mac without any Issue.
Step 2: Once you have registered your UDID via iAppleStuffs, You will be given the macOS download links in your email. Currently, latest 10.12.6 is the latest macOS beta. Apple will push the macOS 10.13 after the WWDC’17 event. Expected Release date is on June 5th,2017.
Step 3: Now install the macOS Sierra/macOS x(10.13) developers beta access utility on your Mac.
Step 4: Once you have successfully installed it. Now it will automatically open the Mac Store and take to downloads. From there you will download the macOS Sierra beta/ macOS X (10.13) beta.
Step 5: Now If you want, then keep a backup of your important files in a Hard disk/pen drive. Else Turn on the iCloud Backup on. And Make Sure that, You have enough space in your Mac (Alteast 40GB free space, Recommended) & Your mac supports the new macOS. And then install it.
Step 6: Now, You will be upgraded to the latest macOS beta.
Check out the macOS 10.13 wishlist here >
And if you want to install iOS 11 beta on your iPhone & iPad then be sure to check out this post: