Apple has seeded its second macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 beta to registered developers.
The release comes just one week after developers got their hands on the first macOS 10.13.3 beta. There are no significant user-facing changes in this update; it is mostly focusing on ironing out bugs and issues with High Sierra.
Apple’s first High Sierra release was made available to the public just three months ago with support for the Apple File System, a revamped Photos app, and lots more. Subsequent updates have been issued to address early teething troubles.
macOS 10.13.3 bolsters stability
macOS 10.13.3 brings more of the same. There are no major changes — certainly not on the surface — but Apple promises bug fixes, security patches, and performance improvements.
If you’re already running macOS 10.13.2 beta 1, or you have a developer profile installed that lets you access beta releases, you can download the latest update from the Mac App Store now.