macOS Sierra Release Date Set for September 20
Apple has announced the official release date of macOS Sierra will be Tuesday, September 20. All users with a Mac compatible with macOS Sierra will be able to download and install the update free of charge.
MacOS Sierra, which is versioned as Mac OS 10.12, will become available through the Mac App Store.
macOS Sierra includes many new enhancements and features, including Siri on the Mac, the ability to unlock a Mac using an Apple Watch, Safari with Apple Pay support, a revamped Photos app with intelligent search, facial recognition, and a new Memories feature, a Picture in Picture mode for watching floating video over other apps, a cross iOS to macOS clipboard, and enhanced iCloud Drive features which can help offload data to iCloud when storage is running low.
Multiple beta versions of macOS Sierra have been available through the public beta and developer beta testing programs, and users who are running those beta releases will be able to update to the final version as well. A GM build of macOS Sierra is available now for developers.
Users can check MacOS Sierra compatible hardware to insure their computer will work with the latest Mac OS system software release.
Separately, mobile device owners will be able to download the final version of iOS 10 on the release date of September 13.