Apple just released the second beta of macOS Big Sur 11.4. After beta versions of the rest of the operating systems arrive, it’s time for the Mac, and the operating system that brings our computers to life continues to develop what will be an update expected to arrive this fall. .
Fine-tuning details before macOS 12
As we’ve seen in previous betas for this release, we’re hoping Apple will focus on polishing the details and finish tweaking the little new features that we saw appear in the previous release. Therefore, in this update we shouldn’t see any major changes or new features.
Remember that macOS 11 Big Sur is the first ARM operating system to run on Mac with M1
As always, it’s important to remember that while we may install this update on our Macs, it is still a beta version. Although this is a third version of the final version already presented to the public, it still contains other errors so should not be installed on everyday computers
If we are already in the beta cycle, we will find the update in System Preferences as an OTA update. During the first few hours, Apple’s servers may receive more requests than usual, which helps to lengthen the wait time.