Apple releases first beta of macOS 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 for developers

After the release of the first beta of iOS 11.3, Apple has also released the first beta of macOS 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3, leaving a new version of watchOS in the drawer that we have not seen today. These betas are only available to developers with a profile installed, although in the next few days we’ll see the public beta for all beta testers.

MacOS version 10.13.4 has a weight of 2.41 GB and in addition to the security and performance improvements we have seen the following features:

  • New window that will explain the privacy policy included in macOS.
  • Now when we open a 32-bit application it will throw up a warning. This tells us that in macOS 10.14, 32-bit applications will stop working very safely.
  • New wallpaper we’ve only seen on iMac Pro.
  • iBooks is updated to be compatible with iOS 11.3.
Apple releases first beta of macOS 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 for developers
Apple releases first beta of macOS 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 for developers

What we have noticed most is that in this beta applications working in 32-bit will now have a warning: developers must make them 64-bit compatible . In a next generation of this operating system we will probably not be able to use these applications as it happened in iOS 11.

The tvOS 11.3 beta includes the following features:

  • Now you can restrict the music and erotic book store by category..
  • Possibility to skip the privacy screen during installation.
  • Skip the “Where is this Apple TV” on the screen during installation.
  • Restrict remote control application connections to the specified iOS devices

In a few days we will be able to access these betas publicly. We will be updating this post with all the news that we know.

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