Apple has released the first beta build of macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 to users enrolled in the Mac system software beta testing programs.
The new beta release appears to focus on bug fixes, feature enhancements, security improvements, and other minor adjustments to macOS High Sierra. It is not clear if new features will be included in macOS 10.13.2, though it’s possible that support for iMessages in iCloud and Apple Pay Cash could arrive on the Mac with the next High Sierra release.
Anyone enrolled in the beta testing program for MacOS can find the latest 10.13.2 beta 1 update available to download now via the Mac App Store.
Currently the beta 1 build of 10.13.2 is available only for developer beta testers, but a public beta version typically rolls out soon after to users participating in the broader beta testing program.
Separately, iOS 11.2 beta 1 is also available for testing for users in the beta testing program.
The most recent final version of macOS High Sierra available to the public is the just released macOS 10.13.1 update, which includes a variety of bug fixes and enhancements to the latest Mac operating system version.