The beta version of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 has been available to public beta users and developers for some time now, including a range of features that updates macOS with some great features, notably Night Shift for make.

Today, Apple released the fourth version of the macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta for developers, allowing users to check out some of the latest features to allow them to get their applications ready for it.

It will also be released to public beta users soon, most of the time it comes just a few days after the developer version has been released.

Here are the features that we know the beta version of macOS includes:

  • Night Shift now available on the Mac.
  • Dictation support for Shanghainese.
  • Ask Siri about cricket scores, schedules and player rosters. Siri knows about statistics and data from the Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council.
  • Updated PDFKit APIs for better displaying of PDFs in apps that use the framework.

We don’t know what the fourth version of the beta includes, as Apple doesn’t reveal that normally.

If you are a developer you can update from the Mac App Store or download it from the Apple Developer Portal today.

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