Apple released their latest iOS 10 today. The macOS Sierra 10.12.1, after undergoing beta testing since September, is now available for free to all current macOS Sierra users around the globe.
The maCos Sierra was first launched in September and has since been in Beta testing. The company seeded five betas before the launching of the final version.
The newest Apple iOS may be downloaded from the Software Update function in the Mac App Store if the user already has an earlier beta version of the 10.12.1 installed. Apple users can also get their new iOS 10 from the Apple Developer Center.
The updated iOS is filled with new features as reported by Mac Rumors. Owners of iPhone 7 Plus can now use the automatic smart album in Photos for Depth Effect images. The new iOS also improved Safari's security ans stability, the reliability of Auto Unlock with the Apple Watch, and Microsoft Office's compatibility when using iCloud Desktop and Documents. The new macOS Sierra also fixed a previous problem regarding Mail's inability to update when using a Microsoft Exchange account. The issue with the Universal Clipboard has also been resolved.
The new Portrait mode for the iPhone 7 Plus, according to Tech Crunch, takes advantage of the phone's two camera lenses to create a little blur in the image's background. This feature allows the phone to detect nine levels of depth before adding some software blur to the background.
The previous version of the macOS Sierra that was released just last September had new and updated features that included the Quick Message, Invisible Ink, Maps, Stickers, and iMessage Apps. That updated version also introduced the ability to send text messages in the user's handwriting.
New Apple products in production will now have the macOS Sierra 10.12.1. including the much-anticipated new MacBook Pro.