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Apple launches macOS 11 Big Sur beta 7 for developers



macOS Big Sur is Apple’s latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system. macOS Big Sur introduces a beautiful redesign that is brand new, yet instantly familiar.

macOS Big Sur, unveiled at WWDC20, introduces a beautiful redesign and new features in Safari, Messages and Maps.
macOS 11 Big Sur, unveiled at WWDC20, introduces a beautiful redesign and new features in Safari, Messages and Maps.

Safari is packed with new features, including a customizable homepage, elegantly designed and powerful tabs, quick and easy translation, and a new privacy report. The updated messaging app lets Mac users send and receive more personal and expressive messages, and easily keep track of and interact in group messages. Maps also offers a whole new experience with immersive features for exploring and navigating the world.

July Clover for MacRumors:

Apple today released the seventh beta of an upcoming macOS Big Sur update to developers for testing purposes, two weeks after the release of the sixth beta and more than two months after the new update was unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference.

MacOS Big Sur beta can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center, and once the current profile is installed, the subsequent beta will be available through the software update mechanism in System Preferences.

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