By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : July 03, 2017 10:15 am
If you are curious to use the latest OS before everyone else, here is the step-by-step guide to installing the latest public beta release on your Mac or iMac
Apple has released the first beta of macOS High Sierra, which was introduced earlier this month at Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This beta version is available for download from Apple’s official website though this is not an official update but will give many of you to get early hands on the Apple’s new OS. So, this is only for early adopters.
If you are too curious to use the new macOS, then you can follow our step to step guide to install the public beta on your MacBook or iMac.
A word of Caution!
Before going for the Public Beta, you need to know some crucial points. Firstly, this is not a final release. Hence it will not be a stable one and users might encounter app crashes. There is also a risk of bricking your device and corrupting your data altogether as well. So, it is advisable to not install this update/software on your primary MacBook or if you have some older MacBook. So, if you want to be safe, then we will recommend you to wait for final release.
Also, before opting for the update, you should backup all your data by going to the settings on your MacBook. Alternatively, one can manually backup the data through iTunes from your computer. Once you are done with it. Follow this steps to install the latest Public Beta.
We suggest you to use a reliable internet connection as a loss in connection can interrupt the download causing some serious problem.
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