On Thursday, Apple has released a new “Device Support Update” for macOS Big Sur, disrupting its usual update schedule. There’s no official change-log from the company about it this year, but it pertains to updating and restoring iOS and iPadOS backups.
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YouTubers are often known to experiment with Apple products that no one can even think about. A while back, we saw a YouTuber make original Macintosh Keyword work with his iPhone X and another one pairing a folding glass to his iPhone to visualize a foldable iPhone. A YouTuber has now managed to build a small, calculator-like mini PC that can run macOS Big Sur.
Since long Mac has a reputation as being one of the most secure personal computing machine. The company directs a lot of its resources to make macOS impregnable. Recently a family of malware managed to bypass macOS newly introduced security.
Alongside the release of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, Apple also released macOS Big Sur 11.3 to the public. The latest update brings plenty of new features and changes to the table, including support for PS5 and Xbox Series S/X controllers, an improved Reminders app, and more.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.