A week after the public launch of iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11, Apple has today rolled out macOS High Sierra, available for free to the majority of Mac users around the world.
Apple has chosen to refine the existing macOS 10.12 Sierra by launching macOS High Sierra which improves Safari, the Photos application and updates the UI of Mail. In the grand scheme of things, macOS High Sierra is a rather small update for the day to day Mac user.
For the Pro however, the update brings major graphics enhancements with the launch of the Metal 2 graphics engine that brings 10x improvement over the previous Metal 1 in graphics.
macOS High Sierra is available to download now from the App Store on the following machines…
- Late 2009 iMac or newer
- Late 2009 MacBook/MacBook (Retina) or newer
- Mid-2010 MacBook Pro or newer
- Late 2010 MacBook Air or newer
- Mid-2010 Mac Mini or newer
- Mid-2010 Mac Pro or newer