Apple has released the first public beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 for its testers

Apple has announced the release of its first public beta build for the upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.4.

Apple logo. Image: Reuters.

Apple logo. Image: Reuters.

This comes just two days after the company launched the update for developers and just a few days after the company rolled out High Sierra 10.13.3 for all the macOS-powered devices. One thing to note here is that this new update will only be available for users who have signed for Apple’s beta testing program.

The new version of macOS High Sierra introduces new features such as Messages on iCloud which uploads all your iMessages to the cloud as reported by MacRumors. This is not the only new addition to this version will also support Business Chat, a feature that will come with iOS 11.3. The new update also issues a warning whenever a user is trying to open a 32-bit app. This warning is being issued in an attempt to phase out 32-bit apps in a similar was when the company phased out 32-bit iOS apps.

macOS High Sierra will be the last operating system by Apple to support 32-bit apps. Last but not the least, public beta for macOS 10.13.4 also brings the ‘smoke cloud’ wallpaper that was exclusive to iMac Pro.

Updated Date: Jan 28, 2018 19:27 PM