Apple earlier this week seeded macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 beta 2 to developers, and today the company has issued an update to beta 2.

The original second beta was labeled 17E150f, but the newer version from today is 17E150g. It’s unclear as to why Apple has pushed out an updated version and there haven’t been any reported major bugs in this release so far.

For those who are already on the beta, an update can be found by heading to the Mac App Store. If not installed yet, registered developers can head to Apple’s Developer portal to download the update in full.

macOS 10.13.4 brings new features such as Messages in iCloud, and a new cloud wallpaper previously only found on the iMac Pro. It also introduces a new warning for 32-bit applications, noting that those apps may not work in future versions of macOS.

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