Apple this afternoon launched the macOS Big Sur 11.1 second beta For developers, it will become the first major system update after its initial release. We haven’t heard of this beta for three weeks after the release of stable 11.0.1.
If you are a programmer who had previously installed the previous beta, all you need to do is open System Preferences on your Mac and update the system as if you have a stable version installed. Apart from the classic stability and security improvements, Apple doesn’t say anything else about this update.
A possible podium for the news next Tuesday
Very recently we just learned that next Tuesday we may have some news according to reliable sources from MacRumors, so we can also think that there is some news hidden in this new version of macOS Big Sur. It will be a question of seeing if more news is hidden in its source code, as it has already happened in the beta of iOS 14.3.
As the name suggests, this beta is for developers, not the general user. Therefore, we do not recommend that you install it unless you are completely sure of what you are doing and at your own risk. Best, as always, is to wait for the stable version.