Shortly after their iPhone 7 event today, Apple revealed that macOS Sierra will be available to all Mac users for free from September 20th.

The update includes a number of new features, ranging from some changes to the notification center, Spotlight and the navigation bar along the top.

The update also brings Siri to the that Mac for the first time, alongside the addition of Apple Pay and closer continuity features for the Mac and iPhone.

You will be able to download the update for free by loading the Mac App Store, checking for updates and then downloading the new OS.

But just before its release, Apple has released the GM version of the beta for public beta users and for members of the Apple developer program. They also released the GM version of iOS 10 today.

If you are part of either, you can download the GM version today.

Just in case you missed it, you can check out the full announcement of macOS Sierra from WWDC below.

 

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