macOS 11 Big Sur at the door: the Release Candidate

macOS 11 Big Sur at the door: the Release Candidate
Less than a week after the appearance of the first beta, here is the Release Candidate of macOS 11.0.1 Big Sur, being distributed to developers. A further confirmation that the wait for the debut of the final version is now running out: it will certainly take place in November, most likely within a few days.

Big Sur: Release Candidate available , upcoming launch?

The successor of Catalina represents for the bitten apple a clear cut with the past, a farewell to OS X characterized above all by a significant restyling of the interface (visible in the gallery below): from the updated menu bar to the floating dock, from redesigned icons to a more minimalist style for the windows. There will then be significant interventions on applications such as Messages, Maps and the Safari browser with an eye to privacy and information protection.

For the Cupertino group this is a sort of new beginning, also considering the formalization of Intel's abandonment as regards the technical data sheet of the computer line, a transition that will take about two years to complete.

We remember that for next week Apple organized the One event More Thing in which the new entries of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro catalogs will almost certainly be presented with internally designed hardware based on ARM architecture. The appointment is set for 7 pm on Tuesday 10 November. What better time to debut the next evolution of the operating system?

Source: MacRumors

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