Public testers can finally get their first taste of Apple’s new operating system for Mac starting today with the release of the first public beta of macOS High Sierra.
Apple’s new operating system was unveiled earlier this month at WWDC 2017 where the company showed off macOS High Sierra’s new features and improved design. Developers have been testing the new software since June 5th, but now anyone can get macOS High Sierra which is being billed as Apple’s best desktop operating system ever.
The first macOS High Sierra public beta comes just a few days after Apple released the first iOS 11 public beta. To download macOS High Sierra public beta 1, testers just need to sign-up for Apple’s public beta program.
macOS High Sierra brings a lot of new additions to the Mac other than just a new software name. One of the biggest additions is Siri, allowing you to multitask more effectively. On top of that there is automatic unlocking, Apple Pay for the web and Universal Clipboard.
Picture-in-picture is also among the new additions as well as the new Apple File System and optimized storage options. macOS High Sierra will be available to the public later this fall.
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