Apple is still working on the beta of its operating systems star. On this occasion you have the fifth beta of macOS 10.12.5. read the article, to find out all that we have known of this new beta.
Apple continues to have systems operating 100% stable
the company from Cupertino is located to few weeks to introduce the next generation of operating systems in the WWDC 2017 . Despite this, do not stop work on the launch of betas, and soon a final version for those operating systems that we currently have in our devices.
stability is something that will be an operating system at the top of the Olympus of the technology or the most under and with a very bad reputation among all the users. this is not interested to Apple and therefore, before moving on to another generation of operating system have to leave well finished the ones now on the market.
the beta 5 of the major operating systems do not brings new features to highlight
due to that we are in a very advanced version of operating systems, aesthetic innovations are minimal, but internally if they are working very hard to add security and stabilization enhancements to our operating system.
still have no date to see the final version of these operating systems of which we have seen its fifth beta, but can that these days already are launched, the final versions. Or it is also possible that wait until days before the arrival of iOS 11 to bind both systems and not to break the period of release of updates.
If you want to install this beta of macOS Sierra, I invite you take a look at the following video in which Fernando De el Moral of tells in detail:
now is your turn to give us your view of the system of betas we have at Apple. Do you think that it is appropriate that Apple continue releasing betas a month that will release iOS 11? A question that many users are made and that see with good eyes the commitment of Apple to not abandon an operating system.
let us in the comments box what you think on the subject of these betas and if you haven’t tried any, feel free to explain your experience.
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