Apple Releases macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Release Candidate, Launch Is Coming
Apple Just Released the MacOS Big Sur Beta Release Candidate. This update features all the new features we have seen appear throughout the beta cycle, plus performance improvements and fixes for some small bugs that still need to be polished for the final release.
Release Candidate, the candidate for the final version
Apple continues with the development of macOS Big Sur which, like other years will be presented more than 7 weeks after the arrival of iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS. The final versions of these systems have already seen the light, in fact we are already in the final version of iOS 14.2.
Being a beta in RC version we do not expect any major changes but bug fixes and small improvements on the new features and redesign that Big Sur will bring. Hopefully, overall system stability, as well as some visuals, will improve on all supported computers. With this RC version we are one step away from the definitive version of which we currently have no date.
Let’s remember that, although we can install this version by following the steps that we exposed at the end of July, and although the Big Sur beta is one of the most stable that has been seen in time, still a development version containing bugs.
If we are already within the beta cycle, we will find the update in System Preferences as an OTA update. During the first hours, Apple servers can receive more demand than usual, so the waiting time can be lengthened. In SamaGame we are already updating our Macs and we will update the article if news appears.