We’re used to Apple’s computers saying “hello”, and it’s never been more true than with the re-emergence of the Mac OS name ( now styled macOS). So, that means it’s goodbye to OS X, a name that’s been with us for 15 years. This year’s WWDC kicked off with a packed keynote announcing four brand new operating systems: macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10. We’ve analysed every bit of information available to bring you an early look at how your Mac is changing, in anticipation of their full release in the autumn.
We’ve looked at the major features for all four systems, concentrating on the key new features of Siri, Continuity, Apple Pay on the web, Photos, HomeKit and a Lock screen overhaul in iOS 10.
As it’s summer, you’ll no doubt be taking more iPhone shots than you do at other times of the year, and our guide to some of the very best third-party photos apps for iOS will inspire you to get one step closer to pro-looking images.
Talking of photos, they are often the media files that take up the biggest amount of space, so our group test this issue looks at six high-capacity hard drives for your Mac.