macOS High Sierra released for all who want to install last version macOS. It’s first beta version for all supported Macs.
Apple announced a new version of the operating system for its computers today called macOS High Sierra. No, seriously!
Last year, Apple first re-branded OS X and changed its name to macOS, which is closer to users. The name is maintained in a unified style with the names of other operating systems of the company. Contrary to the tradition, established since the beginning of 2000, when new versions of OS X were named after animals from the detachment of felines, Apple turned to natural objects.
MacOS Sierra is named after the mountain system. The new version of macOS High Sierra is named after the cliff in the western belt of the Cordillera in North America.
“We talked to the guys and they said ‘this might be misconstrued,’ but they assured us this name is fully baked,” Apple’s senior vice president of software Craig Federighi said on stage.
The updated version of Apple’s macOS Sierra promises to be faster and help applications use less space than ever.
macOS High Sierra Release Date:
We know that official macOS High Sierra Release date for all users: this fall. First beta macOS Sierra released. You can find it in your developer account.
macOS Sierra Features:
MacOS High Sierra has not brought a radical update for the appearance of the platform and focuses on improvements at the level of functionality. Apple talked about several important functions. In particular, the developers have optimized the browser Safari, which the company calls the most productive in the world. 80% faster than Chrome. The application Mail has support for full-screen mode.
The Photos app is getting refreshed in High Sierra, too. Apple’s giving it an overhaul that takes what was mostly a photo management app with light editing tools and turns it into something that’s much closer to a Photoshop experience. The company promises it will be easier to search through your images now, too.