Despite the fact that Apple encountered iOS 11.4 on May 29 on iPads and iPhones, including the long-awaited "News in iCloud" feature, the company has not yet released macOS 10.13.5. This latest version of High Sierra is currently only available in beta and is required to sync messages across all Apple devices – not just iOS devices.
Why would Apple publish messages in iCloud only on iOS? MacOS too? This is not clear at the moment, but Apple's own help page for this feature just tells users, "Update your iPhone and iPad to the latest iOS and your Mac to the latest macOS." As of now, the latest version of macOS 1
It is obvious on the Apple Developer website that iOS 11.4 has finally left its beta phase, but macOS is still listing High Sierra 10.13.4 as the latest public release and Beta 5 as the latest developer release for macOS High Sierra 10.13. 5 on.
To enable messages in iCloud on a Mac, open Messages and then click Messages. in the menu bar, followed by "Settings". There, select the "Accounts" tab. If this option is available, the option Settings shows "Enable messages in iCloud". However, on MacOS 10.13.4, the iCloud Messages option is not displayed.
We contacted Apple to see when Macs can actually use iCloud messages Connect to iOS devices – without having to install a beta.
If you now have only one iOS device and one or two Macs, you can use messages in iCloud Do not sync conversations on your devices A big problem for a long time, when it comes to permanently deleting messages as they are deleted on an iPhone, does not erase them from the News app in MacOS.
While Apple has a stable version of macOS 10.13.5 did not release in time, they released an update to iTunes 12.7.5 on May 29 that included minor improvements in app and performance.
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