Two more weeks of beta testing, then it’s time to take a hike. As a small aside to today’s Apple hardware releases, we also saw the company update some other pages, too.

For macOS, Sierra is now prominently featured for a September 20 release. For reference, watchOS 3 and iOS 10 will be sent to users starting September 13 and iPhone 7 orders will ship out on the 16th. Included in the software’s feature set is integration of Siri and Apple Pay.

Rumors are still holding up for a later announcement of new MacBook Pro models, so we’ll see how Infinite Loop can bide its time from here.

Source: Apple
Via: The Verge

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