While macOS Sierra has plenty of new features, there are also numerous refinements to the operating system. During his presentation, the executive revealed a raft of new features included in the software.
Safari also includes intelligent tracking prevention, ensuring that sites no longer have the ability to track you as you browse the internet.
It’s also set to offer users a more serene browsing experience, with new autoplay-blocking functionality. This will be one of the noteworthy changes that the new OS will be delivering, while the others are being High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), improved graphics, support for virtual reality content creation and improvements to the apps including Photos, Safari, Mail, new voice, notes and spotlight.
You can now open a picture in third-party apps like Adobe Photoshop and Pixelmator directly from Photos.Your edits save automatically as you go back-and-forth between apps.
Additionally, the new file system for storage that debuted past year, the Apple File System (APFS), will now be the default on Macs moving forward. For the first time, your saved faces will synchronize across devices, so you can sort images by person on your iOS device after marking them on your Mac. That encryption will also work in a unified way across all of Apple’s devices. Photos will have more editing tools, including Curves for fine-tuning colour and contrast in the image. We know about many new macOS High Sierra features and we are starting to learn about some High Sierra Beta problems that could make you think twice about installing. Apple has also started to support virtual reality technologies together with key peripherals such as the HTC Vive VR headset and apps like Final Cut Pro X, SteamVR, Epic Unreal 4 Editor and Unity Editor. The “External Graphics Development Kit”, as it is called, can attach to any Mac with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Your best bet is to use a MacBook which runs Metal 2 on MacOS High Sierra.