macOS Sierra 10.12.4 adds a few new features to the mix, as Apple seeds developer betas ahead of the public launch later this year.
Apple has officially seeded the eighth developer beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4. While the new software adds more than a few new features, the biggest is the inclusion of Night Shift Mode for Macs. With this, the user can set up a schedule for the display to change hues automatically to make the screen easier to look at in dark environments.
To download and install the new software, developers need to open the Mac App Store and install from there. It’s also available from Apple’s dedicated beta site for developers. Apple has also seeded the eighth public beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 to public testers.
Here’s what’s new in macOS Sierra 10.12.4, as discovered in the first beta. We’ll update this list with any new additions discovered in the eighth beta as they are discovered:
- Night Shift for Macs
- Siri can now tell users more about the Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council. Siri can read out/show scores, rosters, and more.
- Dictation now supports Shanghainese
- Apps that support the PDFKit API will now display PDFs much better
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