Apple on Monday released macOS High Sierra, the next major update to its desktop software. The big updates mostly live under-the-hood, though Apple is also making changes to its Photos app, Safari, and more.
You can get a better understanding of what High Sierra has to offer in our recap posts down below. Just know that, according to Apple, your favorite features and apps will feel smoother thanks to the introduction of Metal 2.
Apple unveiled the latest version of macOS at WWDC 2017 today, 10.13 High Sierra. The new update isn’t anything revolutionary but Apple added a few new features that highlight the update with what it’s calling “refinements.” Among the refinements, Apple is putting extra focus on blocking ads with Safari with intelligent tracking prevention and auto […]
Siri should also sound more natural, while searching in Mail should be faster and easier thanks to a new feature known as Top Hits. Below is the breakdown of Macs that are compatible with today’s update:
- 2009 or newer MacBook
- 2009 or newer iMac
- 2010 or newer MacBook Pro
- 2010 or newer MacBook Air
- 2010 or newer Mac mini
- 2010 or newer Mac Pro