is the latest version of Apple’s operating system, which was officially announced in June 2021 at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. It’s the successor to macOS Big Sur, and it’s expected to be released in the fall of 2021.
macOS Sonoma is designed to offer a more intuitive and personalized experience to Mac users. It includes a host of new features such as Focus mode, Quick Note, Universal Control, and improvements to Safari and FaceTime. In addition, macOS Sonoma is built on Apple’s M1 chip architecture, which offers faster performance and improved efficiency.
To install macOS Sonoma on your Mac, you need to download the macOS Sonoma ISO file from Apple’s website. However, the ISO file can only be installed on a virtual machine. If you want to install macOS Sonoma on your physical Mac, you need to download the macOS Sonoma DMG file instead.