iOS 11.4.1 Beta 5, macOS 10.13.6 Beta 5 Both Available To Download, Released For Testers

Apple has made available beta 5 of iOS 11.4.1 and macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra to developers. This release means nothing new to testers with access to compatible iPhone, iPad, and Mac hardware can grab all pre-release seeds right now.

The multiple release notes reveal no new features but give an idea when many individuals expected Apple to push out a final version of its various in-development software platforms to the public. Apple has flipped the release switch already and has performed one of its blindside tactics by issuing yet another pre-release seed today. But the company refuses to release software to public that it doesn’t deem to be fit for purpose.

iOS 11.4.1 beta 5: This latest beta follows on from the last release in the last week of June and continues to fix the issues found in iOS 11.4 and streamlined with this minor point release. Features such as AirPlay 2 and Messages on iCloud are the two main inclusions still present and correct and should now be more functional than ever with yet another release to strengthen the firmware.

macOS 10.13.6 beta 5: Now that most of the Mac-owning community is testing the newly released macOS Mojave. Everything that is going to be introduced in the year when that release officially drops in the fall. Until then, it’s the progress of macOS 10.13.6 – keeping Mac owners going. We should be approaching a final release of it by now. With this latest beta likely being the last pre-release seed prior to Apple pushing the button.

For those with the necessary account access, all of the above platforms are available to download right now as OTA updates from settings section of the device itself, as well as direct download from developer.apple.com.

As soon as we get any information on the aforementioned seeds rolls out to public testers, we’ll update the post for sure. Stay tuned!

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