Apple WWDC 2017: Apple's MacOS Sierra is being ‘perfected’ and will be called macOS High Sierra, the Cupertino giant announced at the Worldwide Developers' Conference.
Apple WWDC 2017: Apple’s MacOS Sierra is being ‘perfected’ and will be called macOS High Sierra, the Cupertino giant announced at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference. The new operating system will be available as a developer beta from today itself. It will come in public beta later in June, and it will roll out globally for free later this year. During the event, Apple’s senior vice president of software Craig Federighi said, “We talked to the guys and they said ‘this might be misconstrued,’ but they also said this name is fully baked.” With the new version of Apple macOS Sierra OS, Apple has promised to be more secure, quicker, and help apps use less storage than ever. The Cupertino has also unveiled a new version of Metal, the company’s graphics technology, and will be called as Metal 2. The biggest advantage of this upgrade to Metal is that macOS will now be able to support Virtual Reality.
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Apple is hosting its WWDC 2017 keynote in San Jose, California. The big Apple event started today and will go on until June 9. Apple is pushing through tonnes of device updates at this event. The entire iMac range has been refreshed with better displayed, graphics and RAM. Apple is also updating its MacBook Pro, MacBook lineup.