Apple is Making macOS Sierra an Automatic Download Starting Today

Apple is Making macOS Sierra an Automatic Download Starting Today

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Apple is making macOS Sierra an automatic download starting today, reports The Loop. That means, for users who have auto update downloads enabled, the new operating system will download in the background.

It’s important to note that this is not an automatic installer—this process will only download the update in the background, and then alert you that it is available to install. You can choose to install it when its convenient. You can also choose to ignore the update.

The update will only be download on systems that support the new operating system. It will not download on systems that are low in space and if your system starts to run out of space the download will be deleted.

You can also manually delete the download if you don't want to upgrade and manually update at any time.

Apple plans to roll out auto download over the next week.

[via Loop]

Apple is Making macOS Sierra an Automatic Download Starting Today

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Nickel-Slick - October 4, 2016 at 3:21pm
If my Pro Tools doesn't work with this I'm going up to Apple's headquarters with an RPG LOL!
Gautara - October 4, 2016 at 3:16am
Another piece of gold that is post-mature that useable down to the core. Glad I had this set to automatic because it's now time to get the most out of OS X. Also, finder is still a useable piece of gold to.
Suki - October 3, 2016 at 10:57pm
Another piece of garbage still unstable and pre-mature release is what it is. Stuck with this stupid os when i asked support on how to roll back to el capitan!!!
. - October 4, 2016 at 3:19am
So you upgraded anyway just so you can make this excuse or you mistakenly clicked on the upgrade button? Okay, first off, not everything released is expected to run well on the very first version. This is why any os in general always gets more than one update. 2. I happen to find this update smart. 3. It's your fault either way you upgraded by accident I mean the article clearly says it doesn't update to OS X.10 when you clearly have an option and update at your own desire.
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