macOS Mojave is limited to registered developers at this time, but later in the summer, Apple plans to make a public macOS High Sierra beta available, giving public beta testers a chance to try the software before it sees a public launch in the fall.

I can’t wait to try this MacOS High Sierra Beta

Yeah, bothered me a bit that it is in the App Store. This is much more sensible.
But most importantly: does the cog-wheel rotate?
I can't fathom why this application still hasn't been renamed to 'Settings,' yet.
Oh thank goodness. System updates were always a pain in the Mac App Store, and it didn't make sense that they were there.

Last time I had to message Apple support, they wanted me to update my minor rev of Sierra before diagnosing stuff. I opened the MAS, went to the updates section, and it said I was up to date. After lots of back and forth and the service person probably thinking I'm an idiot, trying to find a DMG somewhere online instead, the update randomly appeared. No loading wheel or anything before that. And it was an update from weeks ago.

Among other headlining features, Apple is introducing a new redesigned Mac App Store ('//www.macrumors.com/2018/06/04/mac-app-store-updating/') with MacOS Mojave, and as part of the change, it looks as if Apple has decided to stop delivering system software updates via the Mac App Store's Updates tab.

Praise the Lord!

No, I hope this is changing „back“, software updates all belong to the same f***ing place

You don't have iOS updates in the iOS App Store. Why should macOS updates be in the Mac App Store?

These aren't apps, these are OS updates. It's like if Microsoft had their Windows Updates available in the W10 Store. That would be silly.

It makes sense so it is the same as iOS and tvOS

Let’s block ads! (Why?)


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