Just a few days following the release of iOS 11.4, Apple has released a macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 update. This update features "Messages in iCloud" which are updated automatically, so you always have the same view everywhere you use iMessage.
To activate this feature in MacOS, open the Messages app and navigate to Messages Preferences Accounts Enable Messages in iCloud.
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You can now set an ending time for do not disturb - for 1 hour, until a certain period, or when you leave a location or meeting. Time limits for particular apps will also be available to users, and parents can set those time limits for their children.
We're very glad to see the inclusion of Messages in iCloud in this release since it makes managing conversations far more easier. This will allow users to store their messages on iCloud and not on their device, so it will basically sync the communications they send and receive through the Messages app across all devices, no matter if they have an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or a Mac. Among other things, the last update had added enhanced support for external GPUs, Business Chat, and new detailed privacy information that comes with a new privacy icon.
Messages in iCloud can be turned on from the preferences section of the Messages app: Preferences → Accounts → Enable Messages in iCloud.
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Today Apple has launched the first public beta of a forthcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 update to testers. Earlier, users were required to restore it from a Mac backup. Its recommended that the new software concentrates on bug fixes and another under-the-hood update. You should be given immediate access to the latest macOS 10.13.5 update as well as all corresponding release notes.
The release of iOS 11.4 and macOS 10.13.5 means that iPhone/iPad owners, as well as Mac owners, can enjoy all of the features that are created to work in flawless harmony with one another across different device types.
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But he kept fighting, forcing a tie-break only for Nadal to up the intensity once again and open up a 5-2 lead. Nadal, 32, lost his opening service game and trailed 2-0 in the first set before recovering well in Paris.
Apple also touched upon some enterprise updates.