If you are somehow interested in how Apple is progressing its Mac hardware and software then you must have noticed the recent activity that took place at WWDC held in California on 5th of June. There were quite a few new releases announced at the conference and macOS High sierra 10.13 is one of them.
Last year, Apple had released macOS Sierra 10.12 and now it has progressed to the next version. This progression of the macOS Sierra is not just the second big release ever since the name change of macOS, but the release also features lots of improvements and add-ons that every Mac user will find appealing.
To begin with, a beta version of macOS 10.13 will be made available so that as many people as possible can be able to use it before it is launched publicly later in the year. So, the set of beta releases begins with macOS High Sierra beta 1 download that was released earlier in the day to everyone who is registered in Apple Developer Program. And from there it is expected to snowball. If you are wondering when is the public beta coming, bear in mind that it is expected to release later in the month.
If you want to check out whether or not your Mac has the compatibility for macOS 10.13, here is some useful info for you. Check the devices compatible with latest beta release of Sierra OS.
• iMac or MacBook: released late in 2009 or later
• MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Pro or Mac Mini: released 2010 or later
Anyone in possession of these devices can very much be able to use everything which comes with macOS 10.13. Even if you’re planning an upgrade of your hardware, you can still be able to take advantage of the new Sierra.
So, enjoy all the latest that comes with this new macOS and put your hands on the new improvements and enhancements. It is not just the macOS release that has been announced at the WWDC as Apple is up to a lot many things. We’ll keep you posted with the latest from Apple as it continues its journey forward towards official release of macOS 10.13.