macOS has evolved a lot in the recent past. Mac OS X debuted in 2001, and since then, the operating system has transformed drastically. Apple recently announced macOS Big Sur, and the same will be available for the public later this year. Now a new timelapse video takes us through all the Mac software updates starting from Mac OS X to macOS Catalina.
Apple unveiled the biggest update to macOS in years, introducing macOS Big Sur during the first online-only WWDC keynote last month. The macOS Big Sur Beta 1 update was released just after the WWDC keynote. Now, a developer has posted detailed side-by-side comparison images of macOS Catalina vs. macOS Big Sur to showcase design changes between the two versions.
A macOS developer has unearthed a vulnerability that affects macOS Mojave, Catalina, and even the macOS Big Sur. The vulnerability gains access to protected files on your Mac by bypassing the security system. The Privacy Protections System known as TCC (Transparency, Consent, and Control) debuted in macOS Mojave. It was introduced with the purpose of protecting certain files on your Mac from access by unauthorized apps.
During WWDC 2020, Apple unveiled its plan to move from Intel processors to ARM-based processors. The company also announced that it will launch the first ARM-based Mac as soon as the end of this year and that all iOS and iPadOS apps will be compatible with ARM Macs.
Of all the announcements made by Apple, the macOS Big Sur announcement was the biggest of all. The OS features a completely redesigned UI, plenty of new features, and also paves the way for future Macs with Apple’s custom silicon. If you are wondering whether your Mac will support macOS Big Sur or not, read below.
Apple unveiled the next major version of macOS during the WWDC 2020 event today. With macOS Big Sur, the company has introduced a new UI design, various new features, and better apps, including an improved Safari web browser. Now, the first developer beta version of macOS Big Sur is available to download and install on compatible Macs.
Apple has announced macOS Big Sur, which will be officially known as macOS Big Sur, during WWDC 2020. The company also unveiled iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7 during its developers conference. The new version of macOS brings a refreshed UI design, better apps, more features, faster performance, and improved privacy. It also brings a newer Apple Maps, Messages, and Safari apps.
Apple is releasing a lot of software updates to its devices today, ahead of WWDC 2020. After releasing the final versions of iOS 13.5.1, iPadOS 13.5.1, and watchOS 6.2.6, Apple has released the first developer beta builds of iOS 13.5.5, iPadOS 13.5.5, and macOS 10.15.6 today.
Apple has changed the way users deal with update Notifications. Apple recently released macOS Catalina 10.15.5. The release notes reveal that Apple is making it much more difficult for users to ignore update notifications. In other words, the new macOS release will no longer allow users to block Update Notifications.
After releasing the final versions of iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5, tvOS 13.4.5, and watchOS 6.2.5 to users last week, Apple has now released the macOS 10.15.5 update. The new software update can now be installed on all Macs that are compatible with macOS 10.15 Catalina.