macOS Big Sur distribution started. Redesigned screen design, tightly integrated with Apple Silicon M1 Mac

 macOS Big Sur distribution started. Redesigned screen design, tightly integrated with Apple Silicon M1 Mac

Apple launched macOS Big Sur before dawn on November 13th. This is the first major update in about a year from macOS Catalina , which has iTunes divided into three parts .

You can update by visiting the “Update” on the Mac App Store or by visiting the macOS Big Sur page and clicking the “Update Now” button.

The main update is that the screen design has been completely redesigned. The app has a full-height sidebar and a reworked toolbar, making it easier to find apps that you often use in the Dock. The Control Center and Notification Center have also improved accessibility and visibility, and Safari has also become faster. In addition, it also supports automatic device switching of AirPods, and the iPad version application has also been ported by Mac Catalyst, and everywhere has been refined.

And at the recent “One more thing” event, it also announced close integration with a Mac with an Apple Silicon “M1” chip. Wake up your Mac in an instant, making your daily work smoother. And in addition to the implementation of “Rosetta 2” that works seamlessly with existing Mac apps, iPhone and iPad apps can now be run on the Mac.

Compatible devices for macOS Big Sur are MacBook Air with M1 chip, 13-inch MacBook Pro and Mac mini (installed and shipped). And as existing models, iMac after 2014 model, MacBook Air after 2013, iMac Pro after 2017, MacBook Pro after Late 2013, Mac Pro after 2013, MacBook after 2015, MacBook after 2014, after 2014 Mac mini will be updated.

Even if I tried to update it temporarily (3 am to 6:15 am), there was a problem that I could not install it, but now it is announced that it has been restored .

Trelawney Ross