Apple released macOS High Sierra on Monday with HEVC video support, and in the afternoon followed that up with an iMovie update that can import the new format.
Before upgrading to macOS High Sierra it’s a good idea to see if the apps you rely on are compatible. Check out TMO’s list of some popular apps and how they hold up under Apple’s latest operating system.
To make a long story short, everything should work fine for most users, with just a few “gotchas” to be aware of.
John Martellaro and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to help you get ready for macOS High Sierra.
It’s time to grease up your internet pipes because macOS High Sierra is ready for download.
Last year Dr. Mac lobbied to get Apple to streamline iTunes, and now that they did he isn’t happy. Check out why he says Apple’s changes didn’t turn out the way he hoped.
Taking away the ability to browse iOS apps on Macs and PCs is a step backward for users, and those backward steps are annoying as @&#%!
The update also includes some bug fixes, improvements to the game AI, improvements for other civilizations, and adjustments to game balance.
Need to temporarily hide All-Day events in Calendar on your Mac? Melissa Holt shows you how to declutter your schedule.
Pixelmator is ready to give professional image editing a big kick in the pants with its new Pixelmator Pro for the Mac.
Friday’s release accelerates an already accelerated release cycle, as the last round of developer betas hit just four days ago.
AstroPad Studio maker Astro HQ launched a Kickstarter for their new Luna Display on Tuesday and within hours it blew past its funding goal several times over.
Feral Interactive announced Friday that Formula One 2017 will be released on August 25th, with a same-day release for Mac and PC. The game, created by Codemasters, offers a stunning Formula One racing experience. In addition to the trailer below, Codemasters released a 26 minute, unedited gameplay video that is just unbelievable. The game features a Research 7 Development tree, the ability to tune the cars, a career mode, and off-track activities. The game will be available through Feral and Steam for US$59.95, with a Mac App Store version coming later for $49.99. System requirements haven’t published, but are likely to be steep. If you’re a racing game enthusiast, it’ll be worth it.
Feral Interactive announced that BioShock Remastered is coming to macOS on August 22nd. The Remastered version of BioShock brings the Art Deco first person shooter to 1080p, but you’re going to need a Mac from 2013 or later to run it. Feral announced requirements today, including: all 21.5” iMacs since late 2013 (1GB Nvidia GT 750M Models are not officially supported); all 27” iMacs since late 2013 (1GB Nvidia GT 755M Models are not officially supported); all 13” MacBook Pros since late 2016; all 15” MacBook Pros since late 2013, and all Mac Pros since late 2013. The company said that Late 2012 iMac models with 2GB Nvidia 680MX graphics cards are also supported. The game will play on 2012 and other 2013 Macs, as well, but aren’t officially supported. BioShock Remastered will be priced at $19.99 through Feral and Steam, and a Mac App Store will be released “shortly afterwards.”
Along with developer beta updates for iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, Apple also released macOS High Sierra public beta 5 (build 17A344b).
Apple announced exciting new Macs at WWDC 2017, but there are some loose ends that need attention before all’s well.