Apple Releases macOS 10.13.5 Final Version With Messages In iCloud And More [Download]

In a similar fashion to the release of iOS 11.4, Apple has officially released macOS 10.13.5 into the public domain. The new software version is now available to download and install on all compatible MacBook or iMac models along with its improvements, right now!

The same Mac operating system has been put through a fairly rigorous testing process alongside iOS 11.4 over the last few weeks and months. Today, Apple has given the green light to a public launch to grab macOS 10.13.5 in general.

With iOS 11.4 now out in the public domain, the time has come for macOS 10.13.5 to make the appearance. This particular release is fairly impressive. Messages in iCloud feature immediately come back into play, which will work with iOS 11.4-powered devices to ensure that conversations are stored securely in Apple’s iCloud platform and synced across devices.

Although the update to macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 is a minor one, adding only one important major forward-facing end-user feature to the mix. The feature will help reduce iMessages’ impact on your iPhone’s built-in storage by storing attachments and photos in iCloud. iMessages will automatically show up on any new Apple device that supports the messaging service. The feature also keeps up with deleted messages, which will sync to all your connected devices. In addition to being able to save storage space on devices thanks to this feature.

Apple is also introducing bug fixes and enhancements for all compatible Macs capable of installing macOS 10.13.5. Still, adding Messages on iCloud to the mix is a “better late than never” situation, for sure.

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 designed to work in perfect harmony with one another across different device types.

If you are an owner of a Mac, and that Mac is compatible with High Sierra, then the latest 10.13.5 version update is available to boot immediately. Simply power up the Mac, head on over to the Mac App Store, and select the Updates tab within the app, then select “Install” next to the macOS High Sierra update description.

You should be given immediate access to the latest macOS 10.13.5 update as well as all corresponding release notes.

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