Apple has finally released its macOS High Sierra public beta, so if you are feeling adventurous enough , you may now download it from Apple’s beta software program page. macOS High Sierra is the latest macOS announced earlier this month at WWDC 2017, and will be rolled out as a free update later this year to all Macs that can run Sierra.
As with iOS 11 public beta, the macOS High Sierra public beta is available for free. Just sign up with your iTunes account at Apple beta software program, and enrol your Mac device. Once done, open the macOS High Sierra beta page in the Mac App Store, and click the Get button to install the public beta.
Since this is a beta software, it is not recommended for you to install it on your primary machine. The aim of this program is to “help Apple improve the quality and performance of its software and service”. You might run into issues once in a while, so you definitely do not want your Mac to crash halfway through your work or assignment.
If you still insist on proceeding to test out macOS High Sierra public beta, back up your Mac before doing so. Some applications and services may not work as expected, and their data may not be backwards compatible.
Check out our previous post to find out more about macOS High Sierra, or visit Apple Beta Software Program to test it out.