By Stephen Hackett
May 31, 2017 5:29 PM PT
The Hackett File: Thoughts on macOS 10.13
WWDC is just around the corner, and that means it’s about to get real busy for those of covering Apple.
Back in the day, the Mac enjoyed all of WWDC’s stage time, but that’s not the case anymore. We are almost guaranteed to see new versions of macOS and iOS get unwrapped. watchOS and tvOS may enjoy stage time, too, if Apple has something big to show on those fronts this year. Throw in services like Apple Music, Siri and iMessage, possible hardware refreshes and maybe even something altogether new, and it will be a very busy week.
But I — as will surprise no one reading this — want to get back to the Mac.
macOS is an incredibly mature operating system at this point. The days of massive release notes for each major version are long behind us, but that isn’t to say that Apple should ship Sierra forever.…