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Apple's "brand-new" macOS High Sierra is a refined, "fully baked" version of last year's Sierra release.
Fanatical Apple developers with at least $1,600 to spend have only a few days to enter a random selection process for WWDC 2017 attendees.
Big Force Touch trackpad. An OLED Retina Display. And a completely new interaction method that can do way more than a set of function keys ever could.
Certain features of macOS Sierra 10.12 will only be compatible with Mac machines and MacBooks newer than the 2011 model year.
Your iMac or MacBook is just a short two weeks away from getting Siri and Touch ID compatibility for Apple Pay purchases.
Time to book your tickets and hop in line at the nearest Apple Store. The next iPhones will likely be introduced to us on September 7, 2016.
Beta number 8 for macOS Sierra, tvOS, watchOS 3 and, yes, iOS 10, is also out. Apple has provided these betas updates once a week in August.
Three weeks in August, three updates. Could we see weekly software updates from Apple for those on the beta track continue up until iPhone launch time?
While consumers got new iMacs and MacBooks to play with this year, many creative and business types are looking forward to big Pro model upgrades.
Apple's major software platforms are almost ready to be updated for primetime, but developers still need a lot of beta testing to go.
Included in the latest update for iOS 10 is a new set of emoji as well as redesigns of existing ones. watchOS, macOS Sierra and tvOS are also in the mix.
What else can we say? An update to the first public beta for not only iOS 10, but macOS Sierra has been published. And you can get it.
Apple has let everyone know that the public betas are coming about for iOS and macOS. But where will they take the average user?
If you're a developer working in Xcode, you might want to take a look at your software updates. iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS have gotten their second betas.
Learn more about some of the enhancements that are coming to Apple Photos, as it seems that Cupertino only shared a few of these in the keynote
When you talk about “OS X,” Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, ribbed his engineers for going on some “inspired” tour around California. Well, now it’s time to say hello to “Sierra,” but bye bye to Mac OS X. It’s “macOS Sierra”.
And there’s no shortage of mobile-related features that will be introduced to the Mac for continuity purposes.
Auto Unlock allows Apple Watch owners to unlock their Macs just by having their smartwatch nearby if both machines are on the same network. [...]