Apple Seeds macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Release Candidate for Developers

Apple Seeds macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Release Candidate for Developers
Apple Seeds macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Release Candidate for Developers
Apple today made a test candidate for macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 available to developers for testing purposes. The new beta will be released a week after the first beta for macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 is released. macOS Big Sur has not yet been released, and the beta version 11.0.1 replaces the beta series macOS Big Sur 11.

The beta version of macOS Big Sur can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center. As soon as the corresponding profile is installed, the following betas are available via the software update mechanism in the system settings.
macOS Big Sur introduces an updated design to the Mac operating system and overhauls the entire appearance, from the curvature of the window corners to the dock symbols and the system sounds. Everything has a lighter and more modern appearance. There’s a new customizable Control Center that mirrors the Control Center on iOS devices and has key system controls right at your fingertips.

The notification center has been redesigned with iOS-style widgets that come in multiple sizes. There’s also more interactive notifications, now grouped by apps, so you can more easily see what’s going on. Safari is faster and more battery efficient. There’s also a new home page that can be customized with wallpapers and sections that include reading lists and iCloud tabs. This makes Safari better tailored to your individual usage requirements.

Tabs now support web page previews, there is a built-in voice translation feature, Chrome and Firefox extensions can be ported to Safari, and YouTube supports 4K video playback. You can also choose which websites an extension works with for more privacy. Speaking of privacy, a new privacy report feature lets users know which trackers Safari is blocking when visiting websites.

Messages have been harmonized with the Messages app on iOS and support pinned conversations, mentions, inline replies, and memoji creation. The integrated search function has been revised to make it easier to find links, photos and conversations in the app.

Apple redesigned the Maps app to add support for Look Around, Indoor Maps, and Instructions. These are lists of notable attractions, restaurants, and more, compiled by trusted sources. Maps can also be used to generate cycling and electric vehicle driving directions that can be sent to the iPhone. Approved ETA updates can now be viewed on the Mac.

For more information on what’s new in macOS Big Sur, see our roundup.

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