Mac users will be able to install the first public beta of macOS Sierra on Thursday.
The release comes two days after Apple released its second developer preview of macOS Sierra.
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To install the beta, head to beta.apple.com. There, you can sign-up with your Apple ID and get a download for the new software.
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