Just after iOS 10 (read: iOS 10 beta 4 available for developers), Apple has just released the fourth beta of macOS Sierra, the future major version of its operating system for Macs. As a reminder, the release of the final release is scheduled for next September or October.
Unsurprisingly, no changelog was communicated by the Cupertino company. To find out what’s new, developers are invited to download macOS Sierra beta 4, and are of course invited to report any bugs to Apple. On previous pre-releases, the feedback from testers was quite positive.
If you want to install macOS Sierra beta 4 on your computer and you already have beta 3, go to the Mac App Store, in the Updates tab. If you’re still on OS X El Capitan and have a developer account, head to the Dev Center and follow the instructions to upgrade the operating system.