Apple Releases Fifth Beta Of macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 To Developer Community

Apple today released the fifth beta of macOS High Sierra update to developers, just three days after seeding the fourth macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 beta and one month after releasing the new High Sierra operating system to the public. The beta can be obtained through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store with the proper profile installed from Developer Center.

The 10.13.1 version primarily focus on bug fixes, performance improvements, security enhancements, as well as other under-the-hood changes. It introduces a range of new Unicode 10 emoji like crazy face, pie, pretzel, t-rex, vampire, exploding head, face vomiting, shushing face, love you gesture, brain, scarf, zebra, giraffe, fortune cookie, pie, hedgehog, and so on.

The beta includes a fix for a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi standard that protects many modern Wi-Fi networks. Some users also encounter a glitching in Finder, when drag multiple files in the download folder, the files is disorder, Apple Support says glitching will be fixed in the future. How To fix? Change the view into List View, command + J, select Always open in List View checkbox.

Apple last updated macOS High Sierra earlier this month with a supplemental release designed to patch critical Disk Utility and Keychain vulnerabilities. It also improve installer robustness, fixed a cursor graphic bug in Adobe InDesign, and resolves an issue where messages couldn't be deleted from Yahoo accounts in Mail.

The new macOS High Sierra is designed to improve on the previous macOS Sierra operating system with some major under-the-hood upgrades and a handful of outward-facing changes like brand new Apple File System for Macs with SSDs, significant updates to the Photos app’s interface and editing tools, Safari 11 - blocks autoplay videos, iCloud file sharing, Metal 2.

Via MacRumors, Image Credit 9to5Mac

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