Apple Releases Second Release Candidate Version of macOS Big Sur 11.2

Apple has launched this afternoon the second version Release Candidate of macOS Big Sur 11.2 for the developer community, which shows that in Cupertino they are allocating extra resources to polish all the bugs that this version of macOS may have. The first Release Candidate appeared a few days ago.

Goodbye to some DVI display and iCloud Drive sync errors

The main novelty of macOS Big Sur 11.2 is the disappearance of the firewall exclusion list, which caused some applications to stop working properly in previous versions. If you have an older beta version installed, this new version should automatically appear on your computer.

In addition there are also solutions for compatibility with external displays in Mac mini with M1 chip, specifically with those that use an HDMI to DVI connection. Errors when saving photos in ProRAW format are fixed within Photos, in iCloud Drive file syncing, in the safety preferences panels, and in the emoji panel.

As always, we remind you that this version is still in testing no matter how Release Candidate it may be. The best thing you can do as a general user is to wait for the stable version to appear and then update from System Preferences, either automatically or by forcing a manual update.