The macOS High Sierra Upgrade is Around the Corner! Are You Prepared?

The eighth beta of macOS High Sierra was released to developers and public beta testers today. High Sierras is an upgrade for the Mac operating system and comes with the version number 10.13. You can check to see what version is installed on your mac by clicking the Apple menu at the top left corner of your Mac. Then choose About This Mac. It’s always recommended that you prepare before upgrading your operating system. This is especially true for Pro App users.

Apple posted an article providing some details about the upgrade to macOS High Sierra for Pro App users. This article states that Final Cut Pro X version 10.3.4 or later is required for macOS High Sierra. If you have an older version of Final Cut Pro X (10), you will need to update to the latest version using the Mac App Store. Review the article for more details:

• About Apple Pro Apps and macOS High Sierra:

Upgrading to the latest OS is not the only type of update you should prepare for. Review the following articles to get tips to help make the update to the latest versions smooth. If there are issues, the second article details ways to resolve issues and get you updated.

• Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4: Installation best practices:

• Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4: Issues updating via the Mac App Store:

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