macOS Sierra 10.12.3 Beta 2 Released For Testing

Apple has just made available to download macOS Sierra 10.12.3 beta 2 immediately after releasing second beta of iOS 10.2.1 to registered developers of Apple Developer Program for testing on their compatible iMacs and MacBooks.

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Today’s release comes approximately six days or so after the initial beta seed of this platform and continues to progress the operating system that power millions of Mac systems and desktop computers, around the world.

As it doesn’t come with any great surprise, but Apple has once again decided that in-depth granularity about what’s included in this particular pre-release seed is of no benefot to developers and those interacting with the software.

To that end, there are no informative release notes of changelog attached to this release, save for the usual “improves stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.” With the fact given, we do know that macOS 10.12.3 is very much the definition of a small-scale point release, meaning that there’s very little to write now about in terms of new features, functionality, or outward-facing changes.

Although this release does contain bug fixes, improvements, and performance enhancements that Apple deems to be necessary for the progression of the platform. This means that those downloading and interacting with macOS 10.12.3 should receive an overall more unique experience on all devices they install or update, especially the brand new Touch Bar-enabled MacBook Pro.

Registered developers can right away grab the latest update from the Mac App Store now.

macOS 10.12.3 beta 2 is currently seeded to those developers registered on Apple Developer Program only but it’s only a matter of time before Apple makes it available to public testers enrolled in Apple Beta Software Program. We will be updating the post on time to let you know whenever that happens. Stay tuned for more.

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