Apple continues to regularly release updates to its operating systems, including macOS High Sierra for computers.
The company officially released macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 beta 2 to developers today. So far, no new features or changes have been found in it, however, this may change in the next few hours.
To install the beta version, you need to be registered in the program Apple for developers. After that, the update can be downloaded as usual from Mac App Store or from the company's website for developers.
As for the previous beta version, in it Apple returned the Messages function in iCloud, which first appeared in the beta versions of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, but later disappeared. It looks like Apple is doing the latest tests with the feature and will release it with the final macOS 10.13.5.