MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY –Apple recently released their biggest Apple desktop operating system (OS), the macOS High Sierra. Apple launched the latest macOS as a free upgrade for Mac users.
The macOS High Sierra update is compatible with MacBooks and iMac units from 2010 to date. Older MacBooks and iMacs like series 2009 can also run the said update.
The macOS High Sierra did not make any significant changes in terms of the user interface. There is no change in several designs like an interface haul in iOS 11. Yet, Apple promised to deliver a better core foundation on the said macOS High Sierra.
The macOS High Sierra update features an Apple File System (APFS), a modernized file system that enables the user to pinpoint and find their files organized in a nice systematic filing.
The update also has a more efficient photo or High-Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF),and video or High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) support standard.
The HEVC of the macOS High Sierra is upgraded and designed to support 4K videos without the verge of eating too much memory in your MacBook or iMac.
Moreover, the macOS High Sierra features a Photos app update that gives the user more advanced photo editing tools.
Good news for Mac users who are already annoyed with auto-play videos while browsing the internet or streaming online, since Apple has committed to stopping auto-play videos by advertisers through their updated Safari browser.
The tech giant also vowed to make it more difficult for advertisers to track down Mac users through their latest Intelligent Tracking Prevention.
The Intelligent Tracking Prevention will prohibit advertisers to place auto-play videos on the browser of any Mac users.
In addition, macOS High Sierra’s Siri also has a more natural voice, the same with the iOS 11 update, and Notes has been updated with several new functions with pinned notes available.