WWDC 2024: Apple announces macOS Sequoia – Comes with support for direct interaction with iPhone


At the WWDC 2024 event, apart from focusing on the iOS operating system, Apple also announced several new things involving the operating system for MacBooks, namely macOS Sequoia. That said, what should you know about it?

The new generation of macOS will be called macOS Sequoia. This will follow the naming convention that Apple specifically uses for the macOS computer operating system. Several new things are planned to be introduced with macOS Sequoia.

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One of them is the ability to connect the iPhone to Sequoia's macOS operating system, and then access and control the iPhone directly through the Mac. This includes viewing notifications and also accessing apps on the iPhone via the macOS screen. That should be a welcomed addition for Mac users.

Additionally, Apple also introduced a password management application via macOS Sequoia, and the ability to use Apple Pay via third-party web browsers. Small updates have also been introduced to the Safari web browser with several features such as the ease of getting information from a website easily.

Finally, macOS Sequoia is expected to be introduced to the public in a few months. The good news is it will be free for Mac users. We could expect the Malaysians to be thrilled about this update.


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