Apple’s set to drop macOS ‘Sierra’ on the world later this month

Apple’s set to drop macOS ‘Sierra’ on the world later this month

Apple’s latest operating system, ‘Sierra’ is set to drop September 20.

Back in June, Apple dropped the OS X naming convention in favor of keeping with the naming schemes of other operating systems within its ecosystem, like watchOS and tvOS. The retirement of a name, however, didn’t keep Apple from sticking with its mountain naming system, as ‘Sierra’ follows its last release ‘El Capitan.’

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The big additions include Siri, improved iCloud performance and a universal clipboard that lets Apple users share copied items across any device in an Apple ecosystem. We’ll see a handful of other updates — like ‘Continuity,’ which lets you use your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac — but, naming convention aside, it’s not a complete overhaul. Most of the new features (aside from those mentioned) are iterative updates to both aesthetics and performance.

via The Verge

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