New Version of Sierra, V10.12.4, Released

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honestone

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Its now unto 10.13.4 Beta
?? This thread was discussing a Sierra beta, which of course has been superseded by the last (and stable) version, OS 10.12.6.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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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 !.
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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can't old threads be deleted ... I wasted time clicking on this, only to find it's from March 2017.
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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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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