macOS 10.13 High Sierra features, release date and more info has been announced by Apple. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Some consumers may feel that Apple’s Mac offering is starting to stagnate a little, but thankfully the underlying macOS platform is going from strength-to-strength. Like iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, Apple is continuously looking to take macOS to the next level, and that’s exactly what the company has done once again with the official announcement of macOS 10.13.
One of the most exciting parts of WWDC 2017 was trying to actually guess the name of Apple’s next version of macOS. It becomes a process of thinking about important Californian landmarks and seeing if any of those fit the product. Thankfully, there is no more guess work needed anymore as we now know that it’s called High Sierra and we have all of the details that you need to know about it below.
macOS 10.13 beta 1 is available to download today for registered members of the Apple Developer Program. Those on Apple Beta Software Program will get their hands on it in early July. The final version of macOS 10.13 will be made available to public following the company’s fall event this year.
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