MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4 is here The update for Apple's desktop operating system includes support for some features that include Also available in iOS 11.3, such as iCloud messages, which uploads all of your iMessages to the cloud and keeps them in sync across all devices, saving storage space and adding to the convenience of Verwal
In addition, Business Chat will support a feature also present in iOS 11.3. This allows companies to offer a direct chat channel to the customer. However, only US companies participate in the launch. Whether the situation will soon change for German customers is in the stars.
New capabilities in configuration profiles will allow admins to prevent users from immediately upgrading their Macs, iPhones, and iPads to a new operating system. This is also possible in iOS 11.3. Users should be prevented from installing a system update. For Mac machines, this was actually due to the withdrawal of admin rights for a long time. The notes in the current "Configuration Profile Reference" show that Apple also offers new options here. The maximum amount of updates that can be delayed is 90 days. The updates will not be displayed in comparison to earlier. The user does not even get tempted to ask why he can not import the update - he just does not see it.
The new macOS update also includes the new smoke cloud background image, which has only been up to now
Also, macOS 10.13.4 issues a warning when opening a 32-bit application. Apple will no longer allow 32-bit applications from the next release of macOS. The same thing happened when switching from iOS 10 to iOS 11. Developers still have plenty of time to change their applications to 64-bit. Ultimately, that was not a major issue with iOS 11, even though some apps that had not been maintained for a long time eventually disappeared from the app store.