The iPad’s picture-in-picture mode comes to the Mac in macOS Sierra. Here’s a look at how it works, its limitations, and how it compares to existing video solutions in macOS.
In iOS, users can quickly add a period to the end of a sentence by double-tapping the spacebar. Now, with macOS Sierra, this feature is available on the Mac, too.
macOS Sierra is now available as a free download on the Mac App Store, bringing features like Siri to the Mac for the first time.
macOS Sierra is a free upgrade via the Mac App Store, but if you need to upgrade multiple Macs or install Sierra on a new empty drive, you’ll want a trusty USB installer. Here’s how to create your macOS Sierra USB Installer.
macOS Sierra is set to launch this week but Mac users who rely on Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners are being warned to hold off on upgrading. Fujitsu has alerted users to a crucial bug with its products in Sierra which could erase the contents of past and future scanned PDFs.
macOS Sierra includes several new features focused on helping users manage their data and storage space. But here’s one of the more minor features that may turn out to be huge for users. Find out why you may never need to empty your Mac’s Trash again after upgrading to Sierra!
Siri is finally coming to the Mac with the launch of macOS Sierra this fall. For the first time, Apple’s personal digital assistant will be able to answer your queries and improve your experience both on your iPhone or iPad while on the go, and now on your Mac at home. For those new to Siri, or those who didn’t find much use for Siri on the iPhone, here are 15 cool ways you’ll be able to use Siri in macOS Sierra.
Like its recent predecessors, users can upgrade to macOS Sierra by downloading the installation app from the Mac App Store. But nothing beats the flexibility of a bootable USB installer. Here’s how to create a macOS Sierra USB Installer for the Sierra Developer Preview.
macOS Sierra is sporting more than just a new name. Apple’s next desktop operating system will introduce a slate of new features and, for the first time in more than two years, more demanding system requirements. Here’s what you need to know to see if your Mac can run Sierra when it’s released this fall.