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Apple unveils "macOS Sequoia"


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  • Apple today unveiled "macOS Sequoia" at its all-inline Worldwide Developers Conference 2024.

Developers are being given a preview version of macOS Sequoia today and a public beta will be available this summer (in July).

 

The final version will be available to the general public in the fall.

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I'd say, useful integration of AI into the OS, if it wouldn't have the notion that it's mainly used for collecting your most personal data and tracking your behavior and mannerisms…

 

And one more thing: it only works on Apple Silicon.

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Well like Craig said

18 hours ago, cankiulascmnfye said:

if it wouldn't have the notion that it's mainly used for collecting your most personal data and tracking your behavior and mannerisms…

 

 

Well Apple would have lied to their customers full scale if that will be the case. Unlike Android the devices are not subsidized with our personal data for Google-Ads. And if he says it's full encrypted, personal and they do't even have access I believe it, because the damage would be huge in case of a lie.

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22 hours ago, cankiulascmnfye said:

And one more thing: it only works on Apple Silicon.

That's the best thing for us: Our hacks are guaranteed free from AI intrusion!

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