Apple released macOS High Sierra to bring the new APFS file system

Apple at about 1 am today officially released a new generation of desktop operating system macOS High Sierra. With the MacOS High Sierra officially released, Apple four system platforms (iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS) have been updated to the latest version. macOS High Sierra brings new features and improvements including the new Apple File System (APFS), Safari 11, a major upgrade in photo applications, iCloud file sharing, and many architectural improvements.




Apple’s compatibility requirements are: all mid-2010 or after the launch of all Mac are compatible. MacBook and iMac computers are also compatible at the end of 2009. The official version of macOS High Sierra version number is 17A365, and GM (17A3262) a little difference.

Following the arrival of the official version of macOS High Sierra, Apple also updated the Mac application iBook Author. It is reported that the new version of the application brought about the photo and video processing improvements, but also support the wide color gamut image.

Let’s take a look at the new features of iBook Author. Use the Media Browser drag-and-drop feature to add images and videos from your photo app. Support for wide gamut images. Performance and stability.

At the same time, iMovie application also with the macOS High Sierra official version update. The update adds support for Apple’s new High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) format while improving compatibility when sharing to YouTube.

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