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Download macOS High Sierra on September 25th

Don't expect to notice any huge differences when it arrives, though.
Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
September 12, 2017
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Devindra Hardawar, Engadget

Come September 25th you'll be able to give macOS High Sierra a shot for yourself and see how little it (superficially) differs from the update that came before it.

When we previewed the patch at the end of June, we said that it was more incremental than anything. Sure, there's support for virtual reality now thanks in part to Steam and then there's hat creatively-named Apple File System but those are mostly under the hood improvements rather than being huge stand-out features like Continuity. Regardless, you'll be able to start snoozing the update reminder starting next month.

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