Today, Apple released a new upgrade to its MacOS operating system, dubbed Sierra. Like previous upgrades, MacOS Sierra is a free download for Mac users. It comes with a host of useful improvements including in-built Siri functionality, a universal clipboard, integrated Apple Pay and automatic iCloud uploads. Intrigued? Here's everything you need to know about the new OS.
MacOS Sierra is a free OS upgrade that you can download from the Apple Store. If you want to know more about the upgrade and the new features it offers, check out the links below.
MacOS Sierra is finally out of beta — which means you can download the final version for free from the Apple Store. Get it here.
Apple's just released macOS Sierra, and while it's a minor update, it does include Siri, a universal clipboard and a handful of other new features. Let's take a quick look at all the new stuff.
The newest version of Apple's operating system, macOS Sierra, won't drop until spring, but a public beta is open to anyone gutsy enough to install it right now. If you'd rather leave your Mac alone but you're still curious about what's new, don't worry, we'll take a look at all the new features.
Dear Lifehacker, I’m not a developer or anything, but I’m really excited about the new improvements in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Is it safe to install the betas for them? What’s the experience going to be like if I do? Thanks, Bleeding Edgar
The latest free upgrade of Apple’s MacOS operating system — now that’s a tautology — is Sierra, and as of this morning it’s rolling out to every ‘net-connected Mac around the world. It’s more than just a new name, though; here are five things that MacOS Sierra can do that should give you a good reason to upgrade.