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Apple just dropped the public beta for MacOS High Sierra. Here's how to get it.

The next version of MacOS is ready for testing. Apple just released the first public beta for High Sierra, the next version of MacOS. The update brings enhancements to many of Apple's native apps, like Photos and Mail, as well as under-the-hood performance improvements to graphics and video encoding. SEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about macOS High Sierra If you want to take it for a spin, you can sign up for Apple's beta program and download it right now.
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