Big Sur has been in beta since WWDC and brings many aesthetic and internal changes to update Apple’s operating system. And, of course, Apple has abolished the old OS X Monica that was used for most of the 20 years. macOS better matches the name of the company’s other software lineup.
Among the notable changes, the UI looks a lot more Like iOS With its icon and the use of transparency. There is a control center that mimics the control center of mobile devices. The same applies to the new Notification Center. By the way, you can also use iOS style widgets.
But perhaps the most important change is support for Apple’s new ARM-based processor. Powerful M1 chip New MacBook Air, MacBook Pro,and Mac mini.. Sure, those who buy these computers don’t need to upgrade.
Published November 13, 2020 — 05:20 UTC
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