Apple has released macOS Sierra, as it had promised. It was announced back in June at the WWDC 2016 and brings several new features, including Auto Unlock functionality, Digital personal assistant Siri, Universal Clipboard, iCloud Desktop and Documents and Apple Pay on the web. Photos has also been updated with a new Memories feature that automatically creates curated collections of your favorite photos and videos. Continue reading “Apple releases macOS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Siri, Apple Pay and more”
Announced at WWDC earlier this year, the latest release of Apple’s desktop & laptop operating system has now been scheduled for 20th September. While the company has been running a public beta for macOS Sierra as it is dubbed for a while now, we’ll finally see a full fledged roll out over the next few weeks. Continue reading “macOS Sierra roll out to begin on 20th September”
Earlier this week, Apple announced macOS Sierra which comes with an array of new features like Siri, Apple Pay and more. The new OS also comes with new version of Safari dubbed as Safari 10 which will block Flash plugin by default across all websites.
Apple has finally renamed its desktop OS X to macOS for streamlining the naming convention across all other Apple operating systems – iOS, watchOS and tvOS. The Cupertino giant has also announced the next version of its Mac operating system called macOS Sierra. Continue reading “Apple renames OS X, introduces macOS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Siri, Apple Pay and more”