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Apple on Tuesday seeded a second public beta of macOS 10.13.2 to the public, following up on this week's matching developer release.
The new software should in fact be unchanged from the developer code, except for its availability. People registered with Apple's Beta Software Program can find it through the Updates tab at the Mac App Store.
So far 10.13.2 appears to be a standard maintenance update, fixing bugs and security vulnerabilities while also making performance enhancements.
macOS 10.13.1 dealt with glitches in Apple Pay and Microsoft Exchange sync, as well as the KRACK vulnerability in Wi-Fi, and added 70 new emoji to boot.