What's Coming In macOS Sequoia

macOS Sequoia is coming this fall. Here's a look at the first new features in the initial beta release. We're going to get window tiling, highlighting and math in Notes, a Passwords app, send later in Messages and much more. There will be more features, including AI, coming later this summer.

Comments: 11 Responses to “What's Coming In macOS Sequoia”

    Sheldon
    1 month ago

    Thanks bunches

    Joel
    1 month ago

    Gary, as always very informative and looking forward to all the features, right down to the McIntosh wallpaper. Would love to get a copy of that wallpaper now!

    Daniel
    1 month ago

    Great stuff. If you want to display your iPhone on your Mac screen and your iPhone is locked (as it usually is when you're not using it), do you have to unlock it, say, with Touch-ID, or does the system know that it's yours and it open it automatically?

    1 month ago

    Daniel: Not sure yet. We'll have to wait for it to appear in the betas.

    Lawrence R Simas Sr
    1 month ago

    So, does this mean having to upgrade from an iMac 2019?? Thanks for all you do and I've learned lots from you Kind sir! ;-)

    1 month ago

    Lawrence: A 2019 iMac is compatible with Sequoia according to Apple's Sequoia page.

    Deb Elea
    1 month ago

    Great info! Thanks!

    Andrea Grasselli
    1 month ago

    Thank you Gary, very useful!

    Gerhard
    1 month ago

    will iMovie coming with macOS 15 Sequoia ?

    1 month ago

    Gerhard: Not sure what you are asking, iMovie is an app, not part of the operating system.

    joe gerardi
    1 month ago

    Really looking forward to the mirror function, hope it lives up to expectations. thanks for the preview

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