“Nearly every summer brings the promise of sunshine, marigolds, and — in the case of Apple — a new iteration of Mac OS X,” Brandon Widder reports for Digital Trends.
“This year is no different, as the Cupertino-based company utilized its WWDC keynote to introduce developers and Apple users to its forthcoming operating system, MacOS Sierra,” Widder reports. “Name changes aside, the newest OS promises to bring a host of new features designed to capitalize on the system’s tight integration with WatchOS and iOS, Apple’s mobile OS for the iPhone and iPad.”
“Many of the features, namely Siri, take a cue directly from the iOS playbook, while others, like the Universal Clipboard, introduce brand-new functionality to the Apple ecosystem,” Widder reports. “Below are five of the most convenient and useful features coming to a Mac near you later this year — assuming your machine is newer than 2009, that is.
• Siri integration
• Universal Clipboard
• Auto Unlock your Mac for Apple Watch users
• Redefined Photos
• Livelier Messages
Each of the five points above discussed in depth in the full article here.
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