“macOS High Sierra replaces the Hierarchical File System with Apple’s new File System”
Just like Apple’s mobile operating system iOS 11, the Cupertino giant has also announced plans for the rollout of the next iteration of macOS, called High Sierra. The OS was announced at WWDC this year, and was made available as a Developer Preview soon after. Now, the company has announced that the update will be available to Mac users starting September 25th.
In terms of compatibility, macOS High Sierra will be supported by all devices that supported last year’s macOS Sierra. This translates to a long list of devices across ranges. The update will be available as a free download.