Public Beta of macOS Sierra Now Available
Apple's public beta program for macOS Sierra is now live following this morning's announcement that both iOS 10 and macOS Sierra would be made available today. macOS Sierra will include a number of changes and new features such as Siri integration, Apple Pay for Safari, Auto Unlock via Apple Watch, and improvements for Photos, Messages, and Apple Music.
As with iOS 10, users interested in testing out macOS Sierra should visit Apple's Beta Software Program website for more details and to register for the program. Once accepted, you should be able to access a redemption code and download link to allow you to access the Sierra installer in the Mac App Store. Make sure you have a complete backup of your system before upgrading.
Our macOS Sierra roundup has all of the details on what's new for Mac and users are discussing the changes in our macOS Sierra forum.
Top Rated Comments
* Siri isn't something I want to use, especially around people, but we'll see if it surprises me (Siri frustrates me more than brings me joy)
* New iTunes.. meh, well see
* Optimize storage, not something I trust right now, would rather do things manually
I would have loved to have seen a better, more efficient way to navigate files, manage windows, spaces, and so on.
Either way, I love El Capitan. So if this is more of that, I'm satisfied and will update with the official release.