Apple is making software updates available to anyone who purchases a Mac or iPhone, which can also be used to install iOS 11.
The update is available on Apple’s Mac App Store, and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
The software update will be free for users of Macs running macOS Sierra, which is the new operating system coming in the fall of 2018.
The Mac App store also has a free download of iOS 11 software.
The macOS Sierra update is not a major release for Mac users, as it was not released until the Mac App stores update for macOS 10.12.3.
Apple says the update will only be available for users who purchased a Mac before July 24, 2019.
The Mac AppStore, which also sells iOS updates, will be the only place that users can download the update, and it will be made available to all Macs.
The new update will include new features and bug fixes, including an improved Siri feature that will help users find information about other apps.
This feature, along with other new features like support for Apple Pay and Face ID, will help make the Mac a better choice for those looking to upgrade their device.
For those that already have Macs, the update should not affect those who are still running Macs or older versions of Mac OS X, and should work just fine for users upgrading to the new version of iOS.
If you haven’t already, the latest version of Apple’s software update is already available for download from the Mac app store.
The update will come to Apple’s devices running macOS High Sierra, macOS Sierra High Sierra High, and macOS High, as well as Mac Pro and Mac Pro+ (both of which are new versions of macOS).
The Mac software update should also be available on other devices, including iPhones and iPads.