Apple today released the fifth beta of an forthcoming macOS High Sierra update to developers, arrives two weeks after releasing the fourth beta and two months after Apple introducing the new software at the 2017 WWDC. Developers can update to Beta 5 by navigating to the Mac App Store, once you signed up beta test program through Apple Developer Center.
There are few outward-facing changes in this beta, too, starting with an improved Photos app featuring a persistent navigation sidebar, curve-based editing for precise control over the tones in an image, support for editing in external apps such as Pixelmator and Photoshop. and a new option to capture Live Photos while using FaceTime. FaceTime Live Photos was first introduced in the iOS 11 beta.
MacOS High Sierra now supports new core storage, video and graphics technology, as well as New Apple File System APFS, HEVC Encoding, and Support Metal 2, which is updated version of Metal with support for VR and external GPUs. Apple also redesigned Photos App in macOS High Sierra, so that users can more easily use editing tools and albums. In addition, Safari, iCloud, FaceTime, iMessage and other functions have been improved.
Aside from seeding the fourth beta of macOS 10.13, Apple also released fifth beta of tvOS 11 and watchOS 4. TvOS 11 can be updated by using a USB-C cable to connect a computer and installing the beta version from a registered developer account through iTunes. watchOS 4 can be updated by using Apple Watch app on iPhone.
In tvOS 11, three major updates were found: the Home Screen Sync, which keeps your apps and Home screens up to date across any Apple TV, Automatic Dark Mode instead manually set up Dark Mode and Automatic Pair AirPods in tvOS 11. Amazon is coming to Apple TV later this year, Tim Cook said in WWDC 2017.
In watchOS 4, Apple added new Siri Watch Face that displays dynamic information, an enhanced Workout app that supports High-Intensity Interval Training and new swimming capabilities, and new technology platform Gymkit, enables gym equipment sharing workout data to Apple Watch. iWatch is also gaining new monthly challenges in the Activity app.
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