Apple to roll out macOS Big Sur operating system update on November 12


Apple is set to roll out the next version macOS update, macOS Big Sur, on November 12, the company announced at its ‘One More Thing’ event that was held yesterday.
The latest software update for Apple’s MacBook line-up will be available for a lot devices including iMac (2014 and later), MacBook Air (2013 and later), iMac Pro 2017 and later (all models), MacBook Pro (Late 2013 and later), Mac Pro (2013 and later), MacBook (2015 and later), Mac mini (2014 and later).
This software update is said to be designed to take full advantage of all that M1 chip, the first chipset from the Cupertino-based tech giant for its Mac lineup, has to offer.
To recall, the macOS Big Sur was unveiled by Apple at its annual developer conference WWDC held in June earlier this year.
As part of the update, Apple is set to bring not only a new design, but also new features to Safari, Messages and Maps and other apps.
“macOS Big Sur is a major update that advances the legendary combination of the power of UNIX with the ease of use of the Mac, and delivers our biggest update to design in more than a decade,” Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering had said at the time of unveiling it. “With its modern and clean look, huge improvements to key apps including Safari, Messages, and Maps, and new privacy features, we think everyone is going to love the breakthrough experience that macOS Big Sur offers.”




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