The third beta of Apple’s upcoming MacOS 10.12.3 update has been seeded to developers. The release comes three weeks after Apple sent the second 10.12.3 beta to developers after it rolled out the Mac OS Sierra 10.12.2 which is the second update to the MacOS Sierra OS.
The new roll-out by Apple is, however, available for download through the Apple Developer Center or can otherwise b downloaded through the software updater platform in the Mac App Store.
The release notes accompanying the new roll-out, the 10.12.3 promises improved stability, compatibility and security of your Mac device. It reads: “improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.”
The first two update roll-outs significantly lack changes, bug fixes, and other feature updates. The third beta released however is yet to sport any new feature.
The latest MacOS Sierra which has been available since September is the latest Mac Operating system and includes standard features like Siri support, Apple Play for the web, Universal Clipboard, Apple Watch auto unlocking and others.
Also integrated into the new OS is the new and improved iCloud Drive integration, Picture-in-Picture multitasking and some other cool features to make the OS both attractive and seamless. The MacOS 10.12.2 update which was earlier released however focused more on resolving the battery life issues which seem to have plagued the OS, it also resolved other bugs including graphics problems and more.