Earlier this week, Apple released macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to the public. Looking ahead, the company has now seeded a new beta of pre-release software.
Apple has officially seeded the first developer beta for macOS Sierra 10.12.3. Apple has already published the changelog for the beta release, but it does not indicate any major changes arriving in the new software. As it stands, it measures in at just over 1GB, and it will primarily focus on behind-the-scenes fixes and performance enhancements.
The beta software is available through Apple’s dedicated developers page, and can be downloaded from there.
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