Apple says it has been adding a new shortcut to its Mac apps that allows users to quickly access the screenshot on a Mac, even when the app is closed.
Mac screenshot shortcut allows you to quickly open up the screenshot from the screenshot view on a specific Mac and use it to take a screenshot.
The screenshot can also be displayed in the sidebar and the main app view.
According to the blog post, screenshots from other Mac apps can also now be accessed with the new shortcut.
Apple also updated the Mac screenshot shortcuts app to show the new shortcuts, with an added option to turn off the default shortcuts for the current session.
The company has been experimenting with using AppleScript in iOS apps.
If you’re wondering how to use the new Mac screenshot screenshot shortcut, Apple says you can do so by going to the About screen, tapping the menu button at the bottom, then tapping About This Mac.
Apple has also updated macOS Sierra with a new, faster camera system.
It also updated its Camera app with new features that can help you capture photos and videos more quickly.
In macOS Sierra, the new Camera app now supports iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cameras and a new iOS 10.4 camera.
The new Camera also supports iPhone 7 cameras, as well as the iPad Pro.
Apple also announced that iOS 10, macOS Sierra and iOS 11 are now all available for download on the App Store.