title Spotlight will no longer be built on the Mac, but on a new platform article title iOS 8.0.2 update now available article title Apple’s iOS 8 is here!
article title You can now delete all apps in the Apple TV article title WatchOS 3.1.0 update is out article title The new Apple TV app has a new look article title macOS Sierra is here article title Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite is here and it includes a lot of changes article title We’re going to have to wait a little longer for OS X Yosemite article title Here’s everything you need to know about macOS Sierra article title If you want to see how a Mac desktop is running with virtual desktops, check out this guide article title How to install the new Yosemite version of OS X Mavericks article title There’s a new way to check for updates with macOS Sierra update, and it’s a lot faster article title What to do when you get a Mac OS update on your iPhone article title Learn how to fix a bad connection article title Download the latest macOS Sierra installer article title Why you should upgrade to macOS Sierra in the first place article title OS X El Capitan update available for iPhone and iPad owners article title Get macOS Sierra for iPhone with iOS 11 and macOS Sierra on iPad and iPod touch article title Check out this great video on what to do if you’re running macOS Sierra and need to upgrade your computer article title New Apple TV App with Spotlight is here: the Mac is back article title 10 reasons to upgrade to OS X Sierra in December 2018 article title This is what macOS Sierra looks like on your Mac: the new Mac has a lot more features article title Are you using the new Apple TVs?
article source Macworld article title Can we get some Mac OS Yosemite?
article quote Apple is now making macOS Sierra available for the Mac Mini, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini with Retina display, as well as the MacBook Pro with Retinoic display.
Apple is making macOS available for both new Macs and existing Macs, but Mac users who want to use the new version of macOS must upgrade their existing OS.
Macs running Mac OS Sierra will no long be able to run the Mac version of the new operating system.
However, there is a new version available for existing Mac users to install.
If you have a Mac Pro or a Mac Mini running MacOS Sierra, you can still use the Mac versions of macOS, and there’s even an option to upgrade the operating system from MacOS X to MacOS Yosemite.
Mac users will be able access the new macOS version through their new Mac software apps, but that won’t mean they’re using the Macs native Mac software applications.
Apple has released the updated macOS Sierra software for Macs in the past, but it hasn’t been available for a while.
In recent years, Apple has been updating macOS Sierra to make it more robust, but there has been some lag time between when a new Mac version is available and when it’s available for download.