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  • macOS Sierra now available as a free update - Apple Newsroom (press release)

    macOS Sierra now available as a free update - Apple Newsroom (press release);

    Cupertino, California — Apple today announced that macOS Sierra, the latest major release of the world's most advanced desktop operating system, is now available as a free update. macOS Sierra brings Siri to the Mac with intelligent and helpful ...and more »

  • All you need to know about MacOS Sierra - CNET

    All you need to know about MacOS Sierra - CNET;

    MacOS Sierra has landed. While we say goodbye to the "X" in "OS X" with MacOS Sierra, the new Mac operating system introduces a number of improvements and new features. Siri integration tops the list, but Sierra also offers easy filing sharing via ...and more »

  • Apple MacOS Sierra review: - CNET

    Apple MacOS Sierra review: - CNET;

    The Good Apple's new Mac operating system, MacOS Sierra, adds space-saving optimizations, Siri support, and closer ties with iPhone and Apple Watch. The Bad Setting up the Apple Watch unlock feature is complex and time-consuming. Space-saving ...and more »

  • MacOS Sierra to bring virtual assistant Siri to Mac: Apple - Business Standard

    MacOS Sierra to bring virtual assistant Siri to Mac: Apple - Business Standard;

    Apple has announced that macOS Sierra, that will bring its virtual assistant Siri to Mac systems, is now available as a free update. Siri will come to Mac with features that are known and popular amopngst iPhone and iPad users, along with a host of new ...and more »

  • macOS Sierra review: Apple reaches for the clouds - The Verge

    macOS Sierra review: Apple reaches for the clouds - The Verge;

    For the last few years, nearly all of OS X's biggest updates have come in response to iOS. First, the Mac got iOS's apps. Then it got iOS's looks. And now it's even getting iOS's naming format. This year, OS X is gone and replacing it is macOS — a new ...and more »

  • MacOS Sierra has arrived -- here's how to download and install it - CNET

    MacOS Sierra has arrived -- here's how to download and install it - CNET;

    Apple's next Mac operating system, MacOS Sierra, is here. Siri integration headlines the new features Sierra introduces, but the update also features optimized storage via iCloud Drive, a universal clipboard, a picture-in-picture video player, auto ...and more »

  • Apple's macOS 'Sierra' Launches With Siri, Apple Pay For Web, Auto Unlock, And More - Tom's Hardware

    Apple's macOS 'Sierra' Launches With Siri, Apple Pay For Web, Auto Unlock, And More - Tom's Hardware;

    Apple's new version of macOS, called “Sierra,” is now available as a free update. Some of the major new features include Siri for the Mac desktop, Universal Clipboard, iCloud Desktop and Documents, Auto Unlock, and Apple Pay on the web.and more »

  • Here's How to Find and Download macOS Sierra - Fortune

    Here's How to Find and Download macOS Sierra - Fortune;

    The operating system, macOS Sierra, is available for free through Apple's Mac App Store starting today. New Macs will come with macOS Sierra already installed. Sierra is the first desktop operating system from Apple (aapl) to come with its new "macOS" ...and more »

  • How to make your own bootable macOS 10.12 Sierra USB install drive - Ars Technica

    How to make your own bootable macOS 10.12 Sierra USB install drive - Ars Technica;

    You'll need a Mac, an 8GB USB drive or SD card, and a little patience. Andrew Cunningham - 9/20/2016, 10:00 AM. reader comments 44. Share this story. Further Reading. macOS 10.12 Sierra: The Ars Technica review. It was 2009 when Apple last released ...and more »

  • macOS 10.12 Sierra: The Ars Technica review - Ars Technica

    macOS 10.12 Sierra: The Ars Technica review - Ars Technica;

    When Mac OS X (as it was then called) first moved to a yearly release cycle in 2011, Apple had trouble defining its scope for each release. Lion, the first in this cadence and the first release to pull in a significant number of features from iOS ...and more »