Betas! Apple releases seventh developer trial version of High Sierra 10.13.4 macOS

Apple lanza la sexta beta de macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 para desarrolladores

The apple company has just released the seventh beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 for developers. Apple claims that this is the last beta to be released before the final version , so it recommends downloading it to all those who are registered as developers.

Betas! Apple releases seventh developer trial version of High Sierra 10.13.4 macOS
Betas! Apple releases seventh developer trial version of High Sierra 10.13.4 macOS

Like previous versions, this seventh beta brings improvements in device performance and security , features not addressed in High Sierra 10.13.3 macOS. This test version comes one week after the sixth beta for developers and beta testers was released.

The seventh beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or through the software update mechanism on the Mac App Store with the appropriate developer profile.

The High Sierra 10.13.4 update provides support for some features that are available in iOS 11.3, such as the ability to upload all iMessages messages to the cloud. In addition, this release will also support Business Chat, a feature that will be released to the public with iOS 11.3 (this feature will initially be available only in the United States and Canada).

Similarly, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 brings several new features, among which we highlight the following:

  • Adds a function to sort Safari bookmarks by name or URL
  • Brings support for external graphics processors (eGPU)
  • Fixes a bug that prevented links from appearing in iMessage
  • Improved protection of confidential data in Safari
  • Displays new notifications in the Smart Search field in Safari when you interact with forms that require credit card details or passwords on unencrypted websites.

Version 10.13.4 of MacOS High Sierra also brings the smoke cloud wallpaper previously only available in iMac Pro and introduces a warning when users open a 32-bit application.

As you can see, the beta period of High Sierra 10.13.4 is about to end, which indicates that the release of the official version could happen at any time.

At Apple

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