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Apple launches the second beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 for developers

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Apple has just released the second beta version of the next MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 update for compatible Mac devices. This new update is now available for download through Apple’s official developer website. With 17D25b compilation number, the update of macOS High Sierra comes a week after the first version and with some very interesting news.

In addition, next to this new second beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3  also comes with the SDK of macOS 10.13.3 that allows developers to create applications compatible with the latest beta published by the Mac operating system. Developers who want to run this beta version of macOS High Sierra will have to download the beta access application from MacOS Developer through their Apple developer account.

macOS High Sierra 1013.3 will support more Mac devices

If you already had installed the first beta of macOS 10.13.3 you just have to update to the new beta through the panel of updates available in the Mac application store. Highlight in terms of news to start, the iMac Pro 2017 finally is compatible with this new beta 2 of macOS 10.13.3.

Exactly any MacBook Late 2009 or later, MacBook Air Late 2010 and later, MacBook Pro Mid 2010 or later, Mac Mini Mid 2010 or later, Mac Pro Mid 2010 or later and the aforementioned iMac Pro 2017 will be compatible with the latest beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3. The company based in Cupertino has not given details on the improvements or bug fixes that will bring this second beta update of High Sierra 10.13.3 macOS but most likely we notice improvements in the stability and compatibility of our Mac.

Although this new beta for Mac devices is currently only available to developers, it is expected that throughout this week the version of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 will be available to all audiences so we will have to wait a little longer. The same happens with iOS 11.2.5, TVOS 11.2.6 and watchOS 4.2.2 that continue with the first beta but most likely throughout this week, most likely next Wednesday, we have the second beta available.

In a few days, as the developers are testing this latest beta version of macOS High Sierra 1013.3, we will see what new things surprise us the company of the bitten apple.

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