Apple continues to beta test the next version of its popular platforms. macOS Big Sur is part of the process, of course, and today the latest beta has been seeded.
Apple has released macOS 10.13.5 to the public. The new update for Mac is available now for download over the air (OTA).
In this guide, we'll demonstrate how to create a USB install drive from your downloaded macOS High Sierra software update so that you can install it to multiple machines without redownloading, perform clean install, keep a copy safe for troubleshooting purposes and more.
As part of its list of supposed hardware upgrades coming to Apple's pro-level iMacs later this year, the Pike's Universum blog mentioned in passing that the next major version of macOS (10.13) won't use a mountain or a park name anymore.
Visits from Mac computers identified as running macOS 10.13 have been increasing across iDownloadBlog and various other publications in recent weeks. And now, what looks to be the first public sign of macOS 10.13 has been spotted on Mac App Store, as per Pike's Universum which provided reliable information in the past. Apple will preview the next major versions of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS at its annual developers conference which kicks off with a keynote on June 5.