New Version of Sierra, V10.12.4, Released

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    honestone, Mar 27, 2017
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    Its now unto 10.13.4 Beta
     
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    ?? This thread was discussing a Sierra beta, which of course has been superseded by the last (and stable) version, OS 10.12.6. High Sierra came later.
     
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    True honestone very true, But like every think else, time has moved on, and so has the BETA version's of Sierra, to High Sierra 10.13.4 beta thats today news !.
     
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    Yes, that's true. But the last version of Sierra was OS 10.12.6, and thus no more betas were developed for Sierra.
     
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    can't old threads be deleted ... I wasted time clicking on this, only to find it's from March 2017.
     
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    Understand what you are saying, but 1) one year ago is not very old, and 2) a number of folks around here still use older versions of the Mac OS.
     
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    Then the next best thing to do is discuss Mojave.
     
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    Yeah, Mojave is coming. But until then, we had an in between Mac OS entitled High Sierra. It uses more resources than Sierra, and thus is somewhat slower. I just wish Apple would address that issue with Mojave. But from what I have read, there is really nothing earth shattering or substantial with Mojave.
     
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