macOS High Sierra Overview Updated June 1, 2018

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macOS 10.13 High Sierra is the fourteenth version of macOS, and the follow up to macOS Sierra. Much like how OS X Snow Leopard was a refinement of OS X Leopard, macOS High Sierra is highly focused on refining macOS Sierra.

Yet the release does add some brand new features to the table. Noteworthy additions include external GPU support, which provides compatibility with VR headsets for the very first time, and Apple File System (APFS), which replaces the previous HFS+ file system.

macOS High Sierra Stories June 1

Apple has released a new version of macOS High Sierra that brings Messages in iCloud to the Mac. macOS 10.13.5 is now available for all compatible Macs through the Mac App Store.

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macOS High Sierra Stories May 14

macOS 10.13.5 beta 5 now available for developers

Apple has released the fifth developer beta version of macOS 10.13.5 for testing. The beta version includes Messages in iCloud which works with iOS 11.4 beta.

macOS High Sierra Stories May 7

macOS 10.13.5 beta 4 now available for developers

Apple has released the fourth developer beta version of macOS 10.13.5 for testing. The beta version includes Messages in iCloud which works with iOS 11.4 beta.

macOS High Sierra Stories May 1

Apple has released the third developer beta version of macOS 10.13.5 for testing. The beta version includes Messages in iCloud which works with iOS 11.4 beta.

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macOS High Sierra Stories April 17

[Update: Apple has now released the second public beta of macOS 10.13.5.]

Apple has released the second developer beta version of macOS 10.13.5 for testing. The beta version includes Messages in iCloud which works with iOS 11.4 beta.

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macOS High Sierra Stories April 11

After previously testing in beta, Apple is pushing a new 32-bit app warning live for users on macOS 10.13.4 starting at midnight local time. The alert will appear once per app when a user launches 32-bit software for the first when running the current macOS version.

The dialogue box can be dismissed with the ‘OK’ button or users can click ‘Learn More…’ to access a newly published explainer document on 32-bit app compatibility with macOS High Sierra.

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