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Apple Announces Sept. 20 Release for macOS Sierra


Apple has officially announced a Sept. 20 release date for macOS Sierra. While the announcement didn’t come at today’s big event, Apple did make it official on its website.

The new operating system is the first to ditch the OS X naming scheme in order for a more uniform lineup with iOS, tvOS and watchOS. You can get a preview of macOS Sierra’s features and more here at the Rocket Yard.

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  • I have a 2008 aluminum macbook, which I’ve upgraded to 8GB and an OWC SSD. It runs El Capitan beautifully… Granted I can’t play graphics intensive games on it, but for most things it has plenty of performance for my needs.

    It seems to me it should easily be able to run MacOS Sierra, except for Apple’s arbitrary cut-off of support for ‘obsolete’ computers. Will there be any way to install Sierra on this computer in the future, or will I just have to stop at whatever the last update to El Capitan is?

  • Is there any hope that it will be an improvement for a change? Every “upgrade” since Snow Leopard has been a degrade.