Apple releases first macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 public beta

By | April 7, 2018

Apple seems to be working on the final stable updates of their various platforms as the giant has officially released the first macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 Public Beta for the testers. The giant has recently launched the new iOS 11.4 First Public Beta and now the new macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 Public Beta. The release is exclusively made available for the developers who are using the platform with paid membership. 

Apple’s new macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 brings a variety of new features to your Mac. Yes, you heard that right the new update brings all the much awaited features of mobile platforms to your PC platform. The new update of macOS High Sierra brings support for Messages in iCloud. This new feature lets users store all the messages done through any Apple device. Fortunately, it also synchronises all the messages automatically which means you can view the messages to any platform. If you delete a particular message from your iPhone, it will also be deleted from the Mac system.

Apple has pushed out the same Messages for iCloud feature for the mobile platform with the recent update of iOS 11.4 Public Beta for the testers and developers.

Hopefully, we would also get to see the availability of the new AirPlay 2 with the new macOS High Sierra 10.3.5 Public Beta update. This is Apple’s own Audio and Video Streaming standard which would come with a lot of improvements for the users with plenty of useful options for the best of experience. The same feature can be found in the new tvOS 11.4 betas.

The new AirPlay 2 provides reliable audio and video streaming experience between all the Apple devices. Interestingly, it will also expand the availability of this standard for their own smart speaker, HomePod. HomePod’s next update will bring all these compatibility with the various Apple products or we can say devices.

If you’ve been a normal user of macOS and eager to install and test out this new update, first you need to know about the consequences of this update. Being a Beta update it is not a stable update and this makes your entire system unstable. The Beta updates are for the developers who can find out the bugs and other errors with issues so that the end user will get a smooth and stable OS in the coming days. If you are from technical side, only then you should go with such beta updates. At the end of the day, you will receive the stable update, all you have to do is just be a little patient and that’s all!

If you want to download this update, you can head over to Apple’s Mac App Store’s tab from where you can download this update for a respective Mac system. To test out this update, you have to be registered with Apple’s Beta Program. If you haven’t registered for this program yet, you can find out more details about this program and can register for yourself from by visiting Apple Beta Program‘s page. From here, you can get all information and can be a member of this program to test out the future beta updates released by Apple.