Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 update to developers, two weeks after seeding the third beta and two weeks after the release of a macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Supplemental Update to address a bug that could cause apps to crash when receiving a character from the Indian language Telugu.
The new macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 beta can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store with the proper profile installed.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for issues that weren't addressed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.3.
The update offers support for some features that are available in iOS 11.3, like Messages on iCloud, which uploads all of your iMessages to the cloud. It will also support Business Chat, a feature coming when iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 are released to the public, and it includes improved support for eGPUs.
The macOS 10.13.4 update also brings the smoke cloud wallpaper that was previously only available on the iMac Pro, it replaces the "iBooks" app with the new renamed "Books" app, and it introduces a warning when opening up a 32-bit app as part of an effort to phase them out.
In the future, Apple plans to phase out 32-bit Mac apps, just like it did with 32-bit iOS apps. Apple says macOS High Sierra is the last version of macOS that will support 32-bit apps without compromises.
Update: Apple has also seeded a fourth beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 for public beta testers.
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But really, for storage of lots of data (for a reasonable amount of money) SSDs still have a way to go it seems.
[doublepost=1520332408][/doublepost] Maybe they're waiting to announce some change to the book store.
[doublepost=1520399976][/doublepost] Could they change Photos back to iPhoto for that reason
Antiquated, compromised tech - like fusion drives - are not long for this world. While Apple may support APFS for fusion drives by 10.13.5. or 10.13.6, the real question is why would you even think it would make a difference?
If you want to really make a difference, bite the bullet and get a 1tb or 2tb SDD, wash your hands of spinning drive tech forever ... and walk away. :)