Apple officially launches macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 and activates support for Messages in iCloud

MacOS High Sierra
Many were asking what had happened with macOS High Sierra 10.13.5, and today the apple company gave us the answer. Apple has just officially launched High Sierra 10.13.5, a version that introduces support for Messages in iCloud, a feature that Apple has been testing and working on since the MacOS High Sierra was announced last June.

Like any Apple update, it is being deployed gradually throughout the world. This means that if the update does not appear yet, it will probably do so in the next few hours.

The devices compatible with this update are the same as those with macOS High Sierra. These are the steps to follow:

Update Mac to macOS 10.13.5:

Follow these steps to update your computer with the official version of High Sierra 10.13.5:

  • Open the Mac App Store on your Mac.
  • Go to the Updates tab.
  • Click Update on the available macOS update.

Welcome to the Messages on iCloud

As its name indicates, the message function in iCloud stores all the messages we receive in iMessage in the Cloud, instead of doing it in each of the devices individually, which means that there is better synchronization between devices and saving storage space in each of them. If you want more details of this function, we made a more detailed article about it.

For now, you should know that to activate the messages in iCloud on your computer, you must access from Preferences of the messages, click on Accounts and select “Activate messages in iCloud”.


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