Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta 1 by surprise — 2022
Even though it hasn't come out yet.macOS Big Surpublicly to all users, Apple has already released the macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 first developer beta . Without a doubt, this is a movement that has been able to mislead many users who were anxiously awaiting the arrival of the great change in macOS. In this article we tell you all the details about it.
macOS Big Sur jumps to version 0.1
Right now developers can find this new beta in Apple's own download center. Simply install the corresponding profile in the operating system to install this new beta. macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 comes after the launch two weeks ago of the tenth beta of macOS 11.0, which suggested that it was almost ready for official public release.
The notes of this new beta they do not throw any type of remarkable novelty , except for the improvements regarding the stability of the operating system and fixing small bugs in themacOS Control Center. Keep in mind that this may be the key by which the new update has not yet been released for all users. In general, it should be known that macOS Big Sur includes an improved design with different icons as well as a control center that is similar to that of iOS with the inclusion of the highly valued Widgets.
macOS Big Sur for autumn… will it end up arriving?
If any user goes to the Apple website right now, it is clearly specified that this new update has to arrive in the fall. But unfortunately no information is given regarding a specific date for arrival to users. We must bear in mind that despite the fact that the new versions of iOS, iPadOS or watchOS arrived a month ago, macOS always goes its own way. Both in regards to betas and final versions they have a totally different calendar . Looking at the beta process, it is possible that there is some kind of problem with the general performance of the operating system. The fact of waiting for its official release may be due to continuing to work in this direction, but with the launch of the first beta of version 11.0.1, confusion can already be created as to which update will end up reaching users. It is possible that from Apple they want to skip the initial version and move on to this first 'patch' that they have released and that may have the objective of polishing all the bugs.
Compatibility with third-party applications is also an important fact to keep in mind to understand this process. Also taking into account that in a few weeks it is possible that an event focused on Mac will be held, they are waiting for this specific date to release a version that is also fully compatible with Macs with ARM architecture. At the moment, with the information that is available, we will have to wait for the official launch that continues without having a specific date.