The first half of 2017 is on track to be the most dominant year for Apple software updates in years, with a full slate of software updates on track for the year, and more on the way in the months ahead.
In terms of overall software updates, it’s expected that we’ll see a huge amount of new software updates this year.
We already saw major changes to the Apple TV software, and a huge change to the App Store, but it looks like there’s more coming for Apple Watch software updates as well.
We already know that Apple will be releasing iOS 9, the new iOS 9 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, as well as new Apple TV versions, but now we know the full details.
Apple will soon be releasing updates for both the Mac and Mac Pro, as they have now.
The company’s been hard at work for months making sure these updates are ready for release, and while we haven’t seen any new software announcements for these platforms yet, Apple is expected to have a lot of new Mac software for developers in the near future.
With that said, we’ve been tracking new Mac OS X updates for some time now, so we’re expecting a lot more Mac OS updates for 2017 than last year.
The last update for Mac OS 10.11.3, which was released on October 7, had about a month of in-store beta availability.
Mac OS X 10.10.5 was released a month after Apple released iOS 10, and it had about four months of beta availability, which made it very much worth waiting for.
Apple also released a beta for the iPad Air 2 on August 30.
That update was released at the end of September, and the beta also included a number of bug fixes.
The latest beta for MacOS 10.12.3 was released in early October, and this is the last update we’ll have for the Mac OS.
For the time being, it looks as though Apple will only be releasing new Mac updates to developers.
The company will release a new Mac version every six months, so if you’re planning on upgrading your Mac to macOS 10.13.1, it might be worth waiting until at least September.