Today Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 beta 4 update to Mac users in the beta program.
This is the second beta, released this week after the third beta, which came out a few days ago. Accordingly, the final version of the system is not far off.
The beta versions of macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 are mainly focused on bug fixes and do not contain any significant changes or new features. Most likely, the final version will solve all the problems reported by users.
As usual, the update can be found on Mac App Store, but it is only available to test members.
Usually public beta releases are released shortly after developer releases. Anyone can become a participant in the beta testing program, but we do not recommend doing it just out of interest. It is also possible to officially register as a developer and pay $ 99 per year, but this is only suitable for those users who plan to add their application to Apple App Store.
Usually Apple releases several beta versions before final. The last stable macOS update is still macOS High Sierra 10.13.1.