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Jason Snell for Macworld
July 7, 2016 8:37 AM PT
A little less than a month after unveiling macOS Sierra and giving developers a sneak peek, on Thursday Apple is opening up macOS Sierra to members of the public via the Apple Beta Software Program. The first public beta is presumably the same version as Developer Beta 2 released Tuesday.
I’ve been using Sierra for a few weeks now; check out my hands-on article as well as eight hidden features that I think you’ll like. If you’re thinking about installing Sierra, here’s what you need to know.