To date, there have been a few issues with the High Sierra betas, as one expects. But the latest versions of these apps should be fine running in the latest betas. There may be some additional updates when the final version of macOS 10.13 is released later this year.
When Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13 beta 3 to developers on July 10 a download for iTunes 12.7 (build 18.104.22.168) was also made available. By July 17, when I installed the Beta for the first time on another machine, iTunes 12.7 was no longer available for download.
There were reports on the Developer Forum about devices not being recognized so perhaps this is part of the reason for pulling it.
Its been a few weeks now that the betas of Apple’s newest operating system, High Sierra/macOS 10.13, have been in the wild. And as I’ve been warning every Summer for a few years now: Unless the documentation or description of an application or script from this site specifically states that it is compatible with High Sierra, it most likely isn’t.
That doesn’t mean that apps and scripts won’t work at all. It just means to watch out because they might not work as expected.
And if you’re part of the Beta program and you run into an issue with an app or script you use regularly, please be sure to let me know.