Apple Seeds macOS 10.12.6 Beta 4 Download To Developers And Public Testers

Apple has made available to download macOS 10.12.6 beta 4 seed for users registered on the Apple Developer Program as well as Apple Beta Software Program.

The new release seed comes just week after the pre-release build of macOS 10.12.6 beta 3 and hits macOS developers and testers approximately 5 wees after Apple released mcOS 0.125 tothe public. Now that macOS 10.13 High Sierra is out in its first beta not many Mac users are really that excited about on what Apple is doing with macOS 10.12.6. You will be able to download: iOS 11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11 Public Beta 1 Release Date Set For Later This Month

Given the fact that this is next version that will be issued to the general public prior to High Sierra actually go live later in the year, it’s important for Mac owners to take it seriously and actually look at everything that Apple is going to add in this version. Thankfully for them, it won’t take long, as this appears to be nothing more than another incremental update containing very few outward-facing changes.

Fortunately, Apple doesn’t provide release notes with these betas, anyway. That means that there is no real way of seeding exactly what’s going on behind the scenes or finding out exactly what Apple has changed internally. As we speak ethical about this latest release is nothing more than a bug fix release containing numerous under-the-hood changes to ensure that users’ get as streamlined an experience as possible when using a Mac running macOS 10.12.6 Sierra. It also paves the way for the really unlimited installation of High Sierra later this year.

The final updates released by Apple may be before macOS High Sierra is issued to the general public around September time. Likely that once macOS 10.12.6 is released to the public that Apple will focus engineer attention on dealing with High Sierra feedback and ensure that it’s perfectly set (ready) for the final consumption.


This fourth macOS 10.12.6 beta can be downloaded through the usual manner by heading into the Mac App Store and grabbing to from the Updates section. As per the normal process, starting that download will ensure that the latest beta seed is downloaded and installed over the existing version of macOS install on the Mac systems. A restart of the machine will be required, literally.

If you’re new to beta downloads and installations, simply go to developer.apple.com to get started right now.

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