Apple's latest beta build of MacOS High Sierra, 10.13.4, introduces some new features for external graphics cards, offering hot-plugging without logging out, and a fully featured clamshell mode.
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32-bit applications will one day soon be dropped from Apple's MacOS entirely. While that's not set to happen just yet, the upcoming High Sierra build will introduce warnings to users still running older 32-bit apps.
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Apple released three updates, two of which address the Meltdown security issue discovered in Intel-based processors. Apple applied the Meltdown patch in MacOS Sierra and El Capitan along with a list of other major fixes.
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The MacOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update adds a full 70 emojis to the existing roster, helping you be more expressive in your chats and it also improves security by patching up some existing flaws.
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As much as Apple's Keychain feature can help keep your login details secure, a newly discovered High Sierra bug could make it easier than ever to circumvent security features to steal passwords in plaintext.
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Apple recently released the latest version of MacOS, and of course, you'll want to get your Mac updated as soon as possible. Here's how to download MacOS High Sierra and get it installed today.
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The new Apple File System which is being rolled out with the upcoming High Sierra update for MacOS, will not officially support mechanical hard drives at launch, including Apple's own Fusion Drives.
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In iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra, Apple is adopting two new photo and video file formats, HEIF and HEVC. Both maintain high resolutions, at manageable file sizes. Here's a look at the benefits and limitations.
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