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Apple's macOS Sierra is now available for download

Siri comes to the desktop via a free upgrade.
Billy Steele
September 20, 2016
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If you skipped the beta releases, today's the day you can put Siri to work on a Mac. Apple's latest desktop operating system, macOS Sierra, is now available for download. While the new version debuted back at WWDC and followed with a public beta, this is the first time the finished product will be available to the masses via the App Store on a Mac.

In addition to the aforementioned virtual assistant hitting the desktop, the free update includes features like a universal clipboard, revamped Messages, a storage optimization tool, Apple Pay on the web and more tabs... lots of tabs. For a full rundown of the new features and our detailed impressions, consult out full review right here.

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