Apple has introduced a new version of macOS 15 Sequoia.

macOS introduced the iPhone Mirroring app, which allows Mac users to take full control of their iPhone. The smartphone screen and iOS are completely duplicated on the Mac.

Google iPhone notifications on Mac so users can interact directly with their computer.

Additionally, users can drag and drop files from Mac to iPhone when they are nearby.

Application windows can now automatically resize to fill the entire screen. A similar function has been available in Windows for a long time.

macOS 15 Sequoia introduces a new Passwords app that lets you store app, website, Wi-Fi passwords, verification codes, and more.

The app will be available on macOS, iOS, iPadOS and Windows via iCloud for Windows.

Safari now has a Highlights feature that uses machine learning to find and display the main information on a page. For example, she can immediately show the address and telephone number of a hotel.

In Reading mode, Safari now shows a summary of articles.

Game Porting Toolkit 2 has been updated. She began to move Windows games to Mac faster and complete more complex projects.

A Ubisoft representative said at the presentation that Assassin’s Creed Shadows will be released on Mac and iPad on November 15.

There will also be other games for Mac.

In the calendar of current events and tasks from Reminders. In the updated Calculator you can view the text of the calculations.

New Apple Intelligence AI features are built into standard macOS Sequoia apps like Mail, Notes, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.

They only work on Macs with an M1 processor or later.

Also available in macOS Sequoia is a new Siri with ChatGPT support.

macOS Sequoia supports the same Macs as macOS Sonoma.

Source: Iphones RU

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