Apple continues to move forward with its public beta tests for the next version of macOS Sierra.
Apple has officially seeded the second public beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.5 to the public beta testers. With this software, it’s primarily designed to fix any behind-the-scenes issues that have been discovered, as well as improve overall performance. It is not a major upgrade, so it is not likely to add any major forward facing new features for users.
For those who have not signed up for the public beta program and want to, go here. For those who have already signed up, the new macOS software can be installed through the Mac App Store through the Updates tab.
If anything noteworthy is discovered, we’ll update this post accordingly.