macOS Sierra took another step closer to a public launch today with the release of the seventh beta for developers and public testers.
The release notes for macOS Sierra beta 7 don’t mention any major new additions; however, the document does list a slew of bugs and other known issues Apple is working to resolve before the final build.
The new beta comes just a week after the release of macOS Sierra beta 6. Testers can download the new build directly from the Mac App Store if they have the previous build installed.
What’s new in macOS Sierra
Apple’s big update for Macs will bring a ton of new features when it is released this fall, including Siri for Mac, auto-unlock with Apple Watch, Apple Pay, better iCloud integration and more.