MacOS Mojave is likely to launch to the public in the coming weeks. Despite this, Apple has now issued the macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 update for 2018 MacBook Pro models.
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Apple on Monday released to its registered developers fifth betas of the minor iOS 11.4.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 software updates.
In addition to iOS 11.3.1, Apple this afternoon released a macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 security update. As with regular updates, you can find today's Security Update 2018-001 in the Mac App Store under the Updates tab.
Starting today, Apple users that own Macs with macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 shall start seeing a new alert box when a 32-bit app is opened to inform them of coming 64-bit transition.
If you’re going to make the most of Safari as your desktop browser, it might make sense to memorize some of the best keyboard shortcuts to supercharge your browsing workflow.
This is especially true for folks who have dozens of open tabs at any given time. Safari for Mac provides you with many productivity-infused keyboard shortcuts that save time, including a trio of essential keyboard combinations for quickly switching between your open tabs.
TUTORIAL: 11 must-know Safari keyboard shortcuts for Mac
The macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 software update brought out yet another powerful shortcut for quickly getting to the rightmost tab. This is a handy productivity feature for those times when you have more tabs than fit Safari's tab bar.
It's only available on Macs that run macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 or higher so be sure to update your copy of macOS to the latest version available by choosing App Store from the Apple menu, then click the Updates tab.How to jump to rightmost Safari tab
To get to the rightmost open tab in Safari for Mac, press Command (⌘)-9 on the keyboard.
Again, this particular shortcut requires that macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 or later be installed on your Mac. If you have an older macOS edition, pressing the same shortcut will select your ninth tab from the left. In case you didn't know, you can jump quickly to any of your first eight tabs by pressing Command (⌘)-1 to Command (⌘)-8.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 and up allows jumping to the rightmost open tab using Command-9
You can cycle through your open tabs even faster with a trackpad gesture: when there are more tabs than fit in Safari's tab area, use your trackpad to swipe left or right over the tab bar to scroll through your open tabs like a pro.
TUTORIAL: 3 ways to reopen recently closed tabs in Safari for Mac
And if your Mac has the Touch Bar feature, you can touch an icon displayed on the Touch Bar to jump directly to the corresponding tab or scroll through all of your open tabs by swiping left or right over the Touch Bar area.Need help? Ask iDB!
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Apple on Wednesday seeded the first beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 to public testers. Those in Apple's beta program can download the new beta through the Updates tab in the Mac App Store.
Apple on Monday issued the seventh beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 to developers. Registered developers can download the beta through Apple’s developer center, or it can be installed using the Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.
Taking a screenshot or a screen recording of an Apple TV using a Mac was possible before, but it had to be done through Apple's multi-gigabyte Xcode developer utility and your set-top box needed to be connected to a computer via a USB or USB-C to USB cable.
Apple on Monday issued the sixth beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 to developers. Registered developers can download the beta through Apple's developer center, or it can be installed using the Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.
Google today previewed its latest major Android update, known as Android P.
If you don't plan on installing macOS High Sierra for whatever reason, your Mac will still inform you of the software update every now and then via persisting system notifications.