Starting today, April 12, when you fire up your Mac, you'll start getting a warning whenever you fire up a 32-bit application. Eventually, you won't be able to run software that's not 64-bit, and this is to help you prepare.
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Anyone using MacOS High Sierra should apply an urgent security patch from the Mac App Store today. A vulnerability revealed on Twitter has been patched, so make sure you apply your updates.
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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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We've crammed all the Apple iMac Pro news you can eat into one post, including news about a second processor dedicated to handling security, and an always-on 'Hey Siri' feature.
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MacOS High Sierra, the latest iteration of Apple’s long-running desktop operating system, makes major changes to the file system that forms it bones. Yet you might not be able to notice a difference.
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MacOS High Sierra will bring the Apple File System, HVEC support, and an expanded range of virtual reality development tools to the Mac platform, among improvements to Safari, Photos, and Mail.
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Google issued a new update for the Mac version of its Backup and Sync app that introduces Apple File System support, which could indicate that the release of High Sierra is not far off.
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