Mac OS Sierra features many new capabilities for Apple devices, and its public release date was September 20, 2016, from Apple.
It comes with apps such as Siri and iCloud Drive, as well as additional features and enhancements over earlier versions of the operating system.
Mac OS X Sierra is easy to use and is very familiar to Mac OS users. It adds voice commands via Siri, as well as cloud storage and enhanced space management
There are no major problems with Mac OS Sierra, and the requirements for this release are minimal.
It needs 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage to run properly. Compatibility starts with late 2009 Macs and mid-2010 MacBooks.
There are some Mac OS Sierra problems and known issues, but these are minor.
Examples of these small issues include the unreliability of the Auto Unlock feature and some Siri glitches.
These were addressed with later releases of Mac OS and are no longer a problem. You can install Mac OS Sierra from MacUpdate if you would like to try it out or reinstall it.
Download Mac OS Sierra and access its features:
Yes, you can still download Mac OS Sierra from the Mac App Store and from a few other locations on the internet. The update is free and will allow you to upgrade older Macs to a newer, more feature-filled OS if supported by your hardware.
Each Mac OS release has its own version number. There is only one version of Mac OS Sierra, and that is version 10.12. Mac OS Sierra was improved upon with many subsequent releases. The next version of Mac OS Catalina is due to be released in 2019 and is version 10.15.
There are several methods for doing this, but the easiest way is by downloading the Mac OS Sierra Installer via the Mac App Store and then running through the automated wizard. This will guide you through the entire process and is very simple to do.
Updated on Oct 11 2019