You can organize your library quicker with all-new filters, a new persistent sidebar lets you sort media by type, Memories now include over a dozen new slideshow types and more.
Plus, Photos now comes with built-in support for animated GIFs.
You can now go in, on a per-site basis, and set up individual settings such as auto-Reader mode, microphone and camera access, zoom level, content blockers, auto-play and location privileges. Ever land on a site that autoplays a video with sound? You now have the options of stoping all videos, allowing all videos, or just pausing those that contain audio.
As a result, duplicating a file on an APFS drive no longer takes up any additional space.
Plus, APFS can literally copy a half a gigabyte or larger file instantly and gather the size of a folder with almost no delay.
The editing experience has received significant improvements and a brand new layout.
The Edit view now provides precise curve-based editing, several new professional filters and the ability to open images directly in a third party app for more in-depth editing.
For the full list of features supported across different Macs, check out Apple’s official mac OS Feature Availability webpage.