Apple’s macOS High Sierra is now in public beta – here’s how to get it


Following up the iOS 11 public beta earlier this week, Apple’s newest version of macOS, High Sierra, is now available for anyone to try. As a recap,  High Sierra adds a plethora of features, many of them subtle improvements under the hood. Some highlights: Speed improvements for Safari (Apple say it’s now 80 percent faster than Chrome) New editing tools for Photos, like a curves tool and individual color controls Apple is switching over to the Apple File System, replacing the aging HFS+. That means faster file copying, easier encryption, crash protection, and more Enthusiasts and gamers will love the official…

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