9 Things to Do Before Installing the macOS High Sierra Beta
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9 Things to Do Before Installing the macOS High Sierra Beta

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Understand What You Are Getting Into

Understand What You Are Getting Into

The macOS High Sierra beta isn't just another update. Apple outlines a number of rules for using the beta on your MacBook and includes many warnings about using this on a production machine. 

While you can install the macOS High Sierra beta without signing up for the Developer Program, you should check out more on the program here to understand what it is about. The public macOS High Sierra beta arrives in late June and comes with a variety of warnings. You need to agree to terms that basically says Apple is not responsible for issues or any loss of data. 

Here's a closer look at common Apple Beta questions that many new users have. You get no compensation for trying the beta and you cannot talk about information that is not publicly released by Apple already. 

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