macOS Big Sur

How to Fix macOS Big Sur Wi-Fi Issues

How to Fix macOS Big Sur Wi-Fi Issues

macOS Big Sur introduced a design makeover throughout the Mac Operating System. The update is full of useful functions such as widgets, a control center, and better aesthetics. However, it’s not devoid of issues either. We have seen reports of users having problems with Wi-Fi connection after the macOS Big Sur update.

Rosetta 2 from M1 Macs Could be Removed in Certain Regions with macOS Big Sur 11.3 Update

Rosetta 2 from M1 Macs Could be Removed in Certain Regions with macOS Big Sur 11.3 Update

Apple could remove Rosetta 2 from M1 Macs with the upcoming macOS Big Sur 11.3 update in certain regions. New code strings found in macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta 3, which was released by Apple yesterday, reveals that “Rosetta will be removed upon installing this update.”

macOS Big Sur 11.3 Could Make Sure Your Mac is Charged Before Calendar Events

macOS Big Sur 11.3 Could Make Sure Your Mac is Charged Before Calendar Events

Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.3 along with iOS 14.5 beta 1. A new report today claims that Apple is working on a feature for its Macs running macOS Big Sur that would ensure your device is charged before a calendar event starts.

Mac Owners Continue to Have Issues with External Displays in macOS Big Sur 11.2

Mac Owners Continue to Have Issues with External Displays in macOS Big Sur 11.2

The recently released macOS Big Sur 11.2 update was supposed to fix the issues with external monitors that many Mac owners had been facing since the initial release of the OS. However, it looks like the issues continue to persist with users still complaining about their Macs not working nicely with external monitors.

macOS Big Sur 11.2 Beta Code Reveals Apple Could Block Users from Sideloading iOS Apps

macOS Big Sur 11.2 Beta Code Reveals Apple Could Block Users from Sideloading iOS Apps

Today Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.2 and iOS 14.4 beta 2 for developers. The update arrives with usual bug fixes and nothing much to talk about. However, the update is likely to block M1 Mac users from sideloading unsupported iOS apps on Apple Silicon Macs.

macOS Big Sur: How to Add, Remove, or Hide Status Icons from Menu Bar

macOS Big Sur: How to Add, Remove, or Hide Status Icons from Menu Bar

If you just upgraded to macOS Big Sur, you’d have quickly noticed how similar the Mac’s user interface looks to that of the iPhone and iPad. The updated Dock icons and the spacious app windows are what grabs attention the most, but the changes also extend to the menu bar. Not only is it translucent compared to before, but it’s also much less cluttered due to the inclusion of a Control Center. Since things are different now, let’s check out what you can do to add, remove, or hide status icons on the new macOS Big Sur menu bar.

MDM Bug Is Not Allowing Some MacOS Big Sur Users to Install Updates

MDM Bug Is Not Allowing Some MacOS Big Sur Users to Install Updates

macOS Big Sur 11.1 users have been complaining of a lot of issues. Recently we learned macOS 11.1 users are facing random reboot issues on Macs. Now a new problem has cropped up wherein users are not able to update to 11.1. The issue here is that macOS 11.1 update notification disappears despite not updating.

M1 MacBook Air Users Running macOS 11.1 Face Random Reboot Issue

M1 MacBook Air Users Running macOS 11.1 Face Random Reboot Issue

The M1 powered MacBook Air has got raving reviews. Thanks to the M1 Chip performance is of a different league altogether. Despite all the good bits, M1 MacBook Air owners are complaining about random reboots on macOS 11.1.

macOS Big Sur 11.1 Brings Full Screen Support for iPhone and iPad Apps on M1 Macs

macOS Big Sur 11.1 Brings Full Screen Support for iPhone and iPad Apps on M1 Macs

Just yesterday, Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.1 with support for AirPods Max, new privacy labels in Mac App Store, and much more. Now we have learned about yet another important macOS Big Sur 11.1 feature.

macOS Big Sur 11.1: What’s New

macOS Big Sur 11.1: What’s New

Alongside the release of iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3, Apple also released the macOS Big Sur 11.1 update for all compatible Macs. This is a relatively big update and the first major point release of macOS Big Sur since its release.