MacOS Big Sur beta 9 has been released to users participating in the beta test program for the Mac operating system. Usually, the developer beta will soon be followed by a public beta release of the same version.
MacOS Big Sur, officially released as 11.0 (but from earlier version of Mac OS release it is more like 10.16), includes a newly redesigned user interface complete with an updated window look, a new Dock look, new icons, whiter area and brighter whiter user interface. In addition, macOS includes the Big Sur Control Center, a host of new features for Safari, new additions to the Messages app that make it more on par with iOS and IPadOS versions, along with instant translation capabilities, and a handful of other minor improvements and changes. .
How to download MacOS Big Sur Beta 9
Always back up your Mac with Time Machine before using any software update.
- Go to the Apple menu, then select “System Preferences”
- Select “Software Update”
- Select to update to macOS Big Sur beta 9
As with all software updates, your Mac will restart to complete the installation of the latest update.
MacOS Big Sur has been in beta testing for several months now, and although beta releases are less stable than final versions, MacOS compatible Mac Mac Big Sur compatible users may decide to install the official Big Sur beta version if they wish for it. Always back up your Mac before installing software update, but especially before running beta builds.
With macOS Big Sur beta 9, the final version will probably come sooner rather than later. Apple has previously said that the final version of macOS Big Sur will be released this fall to the public.
Apart from the latest Big Sur beta, Apple has also released new beta versions of iOS 14.2 beta 2, iPadOS 14.2 beta 2, tvOS 14.2 beta 2 and watchOS 7.2 beta 2.
The latest stable release of macOS is currently Catalina 10.15.7 and security updates for Mojave and High Sierra.
Meanwhile, the latest stable versions of iOS and iPadOS available are iOS 14.0.1 and iPadOS 14.0.1.