MacOS Sierra brings a new look and feel to Apple computers.
Here are five new features to try.
Siri makes her debut on Desktop, and you can activate her from the menu bar icon or the dock.
You can also activate with keyboard shortcut just look in system preferences and Siri.
Ask her things like 'Play pop music' or 'How much storage do I have on this Mac'.
Safari gets picture in picture support.
When watching a video on a site like Vimeo click this icon to pop out the playing video.
Resize and reposition as you like.
For YouTube, right click twice in the playback window to bring up the option.
Also new in Safari is Apple Pay on the web.
You'll need a Mac capable of handoff and you can find a full list on Apple's website.
On your IOS device, go to Settings, Wallet & Apple Pay, then toggle on Allow Payments on Mac.
Right now there are only a few websites that have this enabled.
Add items to a bag and then click the apple pay button.
On iOS, authorize the payment with Touch ID.
Universal Clipboard lets you copy and paste between Mac and iOS.
Make sure both devices are signed into the same iCloud account, bluetooth is on and you have iOS 10 on iPhone or iPad.
Select a text on one device, copy it and paste it on the other one.
You're used to having multiple tabs open in a browser.
But Sierra supports this in other apps too.
In map you can press command p. When you have most the windows are can not top with each other in apps like mail and text edit, click window merge all windows.
Some up like pages also like you activate have but clicking here show tab bar.
For more Mac Os Sierra CNET.com.
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