W ell, it did not take lg. Just yesterday we reported that MacOS High Sierra 10.13.5 had not been released yet. But Apple has officially deployed the new update Friday, June 1.
macOS 10.13.5 is a relatively small update, but it introduces a much anticipated additi to the Mac OS: Messages in iCloud. The functiality does exactly what its name implies, and it has a variety of benefits.
This frees up some space a Mac drive since all messages are stored in the cloud. But it also enables seamless and fluid iMessage synchrizati across a user's ecosystem. If you delete a message your iPhone, this same message will automatically be deleted your Mac and iPad (provided they are running the latest update and Messages in iCloud have been enabled).
Messages and iMessage history also appear automatically a new Mac when it is set up under an iCloud account. Previously, users had to restore their Mac from a backup to synchrize the history of their messages.
The new cloud-based feature has also been launched for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touches earlier this week in iOS 11.4. MacOS updates, 10.13.5 also includes a number of under-the-hood improvements and security patches. Apple has crushed a handful of bugs and fixed numerous security holes in the previous versi of macOS High Sierra
Many of these vulnerabilities allowed users to be tracked by malicious sites, or to third parties. to execute code with the kernel …