iOS 11, High Sierra, and more
macOS High Sierra watchOS 4 & tvOS
The upcoming iOS 11 promises major changes for your iOS devices, and macOS 10.13 High Sierra will refresh your Mac. Find out how!
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) delivered a quartet of stunning software updates that are coming to your Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV this fall.
Of Apple’s four operating systems, it’s iOS 11 we’re most excited about. It offers refinements to make things you already do quicker and easier to accomplish, includes creative and fun new things to do with photos and videos, and looks set to introduce a whole new class of apps and games through augmented reality.
It’s an even bigger update on the iPad, with huge improvements to multitasking, and newly added support for drag and drop between apps.
On the Mac, the name of the next version of macOS, High Sierra, may give you an impression that this system update, like Mountain Lion and Snow Leopard, is a relatively simple refinement of its immediate predecessor – and we have to say Apple didn’t do a great job of dispelling that notion during its keynote. Since then, though, it has disclosed a bunch of interesting features we think you’ll be eager to get your hands on. Read about them on pages 30 and 31.
Apple Watch and Apple TV are also getting new features, of course, which are on pages 32 and 33. And if you can’t wait for the fall, see the box opposite for details of how you can try out beta versions of iOS, macOS, and tvOS.