Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13 beta 3

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Today Apple released the third beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13 for Macs. macOS High Sierra 10.13 beta 3 is now available to Apple’s registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program on any supported Mac via the Mac App Store’s Updates tab.

macOS High Sierra beta 3 is out now

The beta 3 is out now. After two weeks of releasing the beta 2, now the beta 3 has arrived. The full macOS High Sierra 10.13 beta 3 installer can be downloaded from Apple’s Dev Center portal. Once installed, subsequent betas will be available through the Software Update mechanism in Mac App Store. Else, Once you registered your Mac to Apple Developer Program via iAppleStuffs, check the confirmation email for the iOS 11 & macOS High Sierra links.

The new macOS High Sierra is a fine tune & refined version of the current macOS Sierra. There are new amazing features. macOS High Sierra includes Apple’s File System, official support for High Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC), also known as H.265, an updated version of Metal with support for VR applications and external GPU enclosures, Safari 11 with new anti-tracking features, support for flight status information in Spotlight, more natural voices for Siri and more.

Stock apps including FaceTime, Messages, and Notes have received a few changes and upgrades. You should update your Mac to macOS High Sierra now and enjoy all these new features right away. The final version will be released later on this Fall along with the iPhone 8. Right now the latest beta is 3, there will be more 3 to 4 beta versions then there will be a GM (macOS High Sierra GOLD MASTER edition) which is the final version of the macOS 10.13.1. Then it will be freely available on the mac app store for the world to update. But currently, the developers beta is not available for all. Only registered developers can only install it.

High Sierra also introduces new core storage, video, and graphics technology, as well as an enhanced Photos app with a new sidebar, curve-based editing, and support for third-party apps like Pixelmator and Photoshop. It’s amazing. The moment you update, you will see a lot of new changes. Starting from the looks to browsing safari, everything is refined.

Important links for you:
How to install macOS High Sierra on Mac now
How to install iOS 11 beta on iPhone & iPad now
My Experience of using iOS 11 beta on iPhone after a month

 

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