Apple seeded macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Developer Beta 6 on Monday. This development cycle for macOS High Sierra is a bug fix and performance-centric update, with the only known new features being Mac App Store improvements. It also includes the fix for High Sierra’s root access flaw recently addressed in a public security update.
Apple also released iOS 11.2 DB6 on Friday.
Mac App Store Improvements
Developers will be able to assign introductory pricing for apps—which is a much-needed feature. Apple is also adding auto-renewable subscriptions in the Mac App Store.
Macs that have been provisioned for developer betas will find the update in Software Update on the Mac App Store. Developers can provision Macs in the Apple Developer Connection.