Earlier in the week Apple announced a new desktop platform macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Company representatives told about the main changes in the OS, but consider all the innovations in the framework of one event is simply impossible, so many features went unnoticed.
Apple has seeded the first beta of macOS 10.13 High Sierra for developers. This allowed a closer study update and find a number of innovations that can be useful for users.
Compression emails in Mail.
Cyclical “live” photos.
The function of the Top Hits in Mail actual letters are at the top of the list.
Information about flight in the Spotlight.
Edit “real” photos.
New tool for choosing colors in the Photo.
Setting the color range in Photos.
The content is cached.
Full screen support for Split View in the Mail app.
Tips when searching in the “Notes”.
The new sidebar with albums and tools to sort in “Photos”
A new voice for Siri.
Settings for individual sites in Safari.
Sync “Messages” via iCloud.
Support for GIF images in Photos.
New system font Arabic SF.
Smart locking system tracking in Safari.
New iCloud family plan.
The table in “Notes”.
Quick set up family sharing.
Photos now supports external photo editors.
The function is always active reading mode in Safari.
ICloud File Sharing allows you to share any file from iCloud.
“Personal DJ Siri”.
Support bilingual English-Japanese input.
Displaying multiple results from Wikipedia in the Spotlight.
Blocking auto-play videos in Safari.
View photos by different criteria in the section “Memories”.
Support third-party extensibility in Photos.
New tool “Curves” in the “Photo” to fine-tune the color and contrast.
Creating “live” images on FaceTime.
Filters for quick sort in “Photos”.
Support Hindi as the system language.
Improved Japanese subtitles in the video.
Improved family access.
The history of the import photos.
macOS High Sierra for developers is already available through Apple Developer Program. A public beta will be released in June, and the final version of macOS High Sierra will be available this fall as a free update in the Mac App Store.