Today, Apple has released the macOS High Sierra GM version to developers and beta users. The latest version of Apple's Mac operating system, macOS High Sierra, will be officially released to users on September 25th. The official version of the iOS 11, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4 systems will be launched on September 19th. However, it is not uncommon for macOS systems to push later than watchOS and iOS.
The Apple Corp launched the macOS Sierra system in 2016, and macOS High Sierra is an upgrade based on the system, focusing on new storage, video and graphics technologies. MacOS High Sierra will bring new Apple file systems, AFS and HEVC support, Metal 2 and many other updates
A number of applications for the macOS High Sierra system has gained new features, such as photo application will join the new sidebar, so that users can more easily access editing tools and photo albums, while also adding new filters and editing options.
Safari browsers have also been enhanced in this macOS High Sierra system, including speed up, prevent video playback options, and privacy features designed to reduce cross site data tracking, among others. In this new system, the Siri voice assistant implements a more natural sound, and applications such as Spotlight, iCloud, and FaceTime have all improved.
The macOS High Sierra system can run on all devices that can run the macOS Sierra system.
If you have a developer account, you can enterFollowing pagesDownload the macOS High Sierra GM version directly.