The newest macOS udpate is here. It’s time to say hello to macOS High Sierra. It’s a refinement update. It’s on the same lines as Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion. While there are new features and newer technologies, the main focus in on improving performance, fixing bugs and refining features. And right now, that actually sounds like a great thing. The Mac is a professional tool and more stable the OS, the better it is for the pro users.
macOS High Sierra
In the first beta seed of macOS High Sierra, Apple made it so that its new file system (APFS), supported Fusion Drives in iMacs.
Today’s September event was mostly about the iPhone X, but there was time for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, the Apple TV 4K, and the Apple Watch Series 3. macOS High Sierra didn’t get any attention on today’s stage.
Apple has started sending out emails to customers who continue to use older 32-bit versions of its pro apps on their Macs. The company informs them in the email that these pro apps will no longer work on macOS High Sierra.
Apple is seeding the latest public beta of macOS High Sierra, keeping pace with its regularly-scheduled plans.