Posts Tagged ‘macOS 10.12.4’

Rejoice Mac owners. Apple has finally made available to download macOS 10.12.4 final version, bringing an end to a period of beta testing – two to be exact – which has included registered macOS developers of Apple Developer Program, and public testers enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program. The success of that testing process has finally put macOS 10.12.4 in a place where it’s publicly ready for download and use.

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In a somewhat surprise move, Apple has made available to download iOS 10.3 beta 7 as well as macOS 10.12.4 beta 7 to those registered on the company’s developer program portal.

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Apple has just released for download beta 5 of macOS 10.12.4 for all compatible MacBooks and iMacs out there. Coming approximately seven days after beta 4, beta 5 of macOS 10.12.4 can be downloaded by users registered and enrolled as members of the Apple Developer Program.

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Apple has today released the public beta 4 seeds of iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 for download to users registered as testers on Apple Beta Software Program.

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You can now download iOS 10.3 public beta 3 and macOS 10.12.4 public beta 3 seeds as Apple has now made them live and available to all users registered in Apple Beta Software Program.

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Apple’s latest round of beta releases for macOS and iOS have brought about some interesting little changes that, on the face of it, might not be big, but could potentially lead to some pretty awesome things. Two of those changes surround icons, with iOS apps now able to change their icons without an update and macOS finally capable of reading the icon data from a Windows EXE file.

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You can now download iOS 10.3 public beta 1 seed as well as macOS 10.12.4 public beta 1 provided you are a registered member of Apple Beta Software Program.

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As part of the iOS 10.3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.4 updates, developers will be able to finally respond to App Store reviews, marking the first time that they will have such an ability. Developers have long wanted the ability to respond to both positive and negative reviews on the App Store, and this new ability will be well-received amongst that community.

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