Yesterday Apple officially released macOS High Sierra GM update. Like iOS 11 GM, which the company also released yesterday, this is the final version of the OS that will later be released to the public. This version is released so that developers have time to prepare updates to their applications for the final release of the system.
Mac models that support the latest macOS:
- MacBook (late 2009 and newer)
- MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 and newer)
- MacBook Air (late 2010 and newer)
- Mac mini (Mid 2010 and newer)
- iMac (Late 2009 and newer)
- Mac Pro (Mid 2010 and newer)
The new version of the system contains many updates, including a new file system, Safari improvements (blocking ads and faster work), updates to the Photos program and much more.
You can read more about the new features in macOS High Sierra here.
To install the update, registered developers need to go to the Updates tab in Mac App Store. The new version of the OS can also be downloaded directly from the website Apple on the tab for developers. Although there are hardly any new changes in the update, we were still looking forward to this release very much.