Apple rolls out macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta 3 for Developers

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Apple today seeded developers the third beta of its upcoming macOS Sierra 10.12.4 update ahead of the public launch later this year. The today’s release came just two weeks after the seeding of second beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 and a month after the first beta. macOS Sierra users now can download the third beta through the Apple Developer Center or over the air from the Mac App Store’s Updates tab.


Apple’s upcoming macOS Sierra 10.12.4 brings in some new features to the OS. The biggest addition to macOS Sierra is Night Shift mode, which has been available for iPhone and iPad since the days of iOS 9.3. Night Shift mode has received positive reviews from users and tech experts, praising for its ability to cut down on exposure to blue light, making nighttime reading much easier.

With Night Shift mode, macOS Sierra users can easily set their Mac’s display to automatically change hues at a specified time. To activate Night Shift mode on your Mac, you need to head to Apple Menu, select System Preferences and click Display. Besides, you can manually turn on Night Shift through the Notification Center or via Siri.

Aside from Night Shift mode, macOS Sierra 10.12.4 includes Dictation support for Shanghainese, much improved PDFKit APIs and iCloud Analytics option. For Indian users, Siri for Mac now can tell them all about the Indian Premier League and International Cricket scores.

macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is expected to be released to the public later year, promising to offer overall performance improvements and compelling features. If you have previously installed a beta on your Mac, you can get the third beta of Apple’s forthcoming macOS Sierra 10.12.4 right now.

This year will be a big year for Apple, as the company celebrates ten years of iPhone. Apple has been rumored to planning to launch a special iPhone this year with a brand new design, new hardware and compelling features.

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