Apple Reveals macOS Sierra

Apple has revealed the latest version of Mac operating system at WWDC 2016 in San Francisco today. The new OS is the successor to OS X 10.11, and focus on Continuity, iCloud, etc. The latest version is branded as MacOS Sierra. The new operating system in called MacOS and it brings the uniformity with iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
 
 
  
Apple's Craig Federighi announced the following features,
 
Auto Unlock
 
It allows users to remotely unlock Mac using an Apple Watch.
 
Universal Clipboard
 
It improves the traditional copy and paste functionality, by allowing users to automatically copy text, photos, and more from an iPhone, and paste them on a Mac.
 
 
Siri integration
 
Sierra brings Apple's personal assistant Siri to the Mac desktop. The platform will perform many of the same tasks it can on iOS devices. The tasks include web searches, sending text messages, playing music from iTunes, calendar events etc. To activate Desktop Siri, use keyboard shortcut, click icon in the OS X menu bar or you can easily work it out through the "Hey Siri" voice command.
 
Apple Pay
 
Apple Pay is coming to the Mac with Sierra by bringing the mobile payments service to the web. You can authenticate purchases using Touch ID on your nearby iPhone. 
 
iCloud Updated
 
iCloud will now let you move files and folders from Mac to Mac or from Mac to iOS.
 
A public beta of macOS sierra will be offered in July and the public release is coming in the fall. It is available to developers today.