Apple has been seeding developer betas of macOS 10.12.6, the last update before macOS High Sierra arrives later this year, for weeks now.
That trend continues today, as the company has officially seeded the fourth developer beta of macOS 10.12.6. The new software follows in the steps of the previous seeds, insofar that the software is not laden with a bunch of new features for the end user. Instead, the software is meant to fix behind-the-scenes issues, as well as improve overall performance.
To update, registered developers simply need to open the Mac App Store, check the Updates tab, and then install the software from there. It is also available via the dedicated developer portal on Apple’s website.
If there are any new features discovered the fourth developer beta, we’ll update this post accordingly.