Apple’s macOS is one of the most popular operating systems when it comes to photography, video editing and other productivity related tasks. The tech giant has announced that the latest version of the operating system, Big Sur 11.3 Release Candidate is now available for developers.
In case you have signed up with Apple as a developer, you can now download the latest update using the Apple Developer Center. Further updates will be available as Over-the-Air updates.
Till now, eight beta versions have been released for macOS Big Sur 11.3. It seems that the current beta which was released on February 2 this year will finally come to an end. If you are wondering what the build number for the Big Sur RC is, it is 20E5232.
The major changes in the macOS Big Sur 11.3 Release Candidate are the changes made to the Apple News and Apple Music user interface. Apple Music now features live events under the Listen Now section. Also, the Reminder app now enables users to sort items.
Finally, the macOS has some good news for gamers as well. Gamers who wanted to be able to their favorite iOS and iPadOS titles on their Mac can now make use of the Controller emulation option. The feature enables an user to play using a mouse and a keyboard thus replacing the controller.
Apple recommends that normal users do not install the beta version of Big Sur on their devices, since it may still have some bugs and even lead to data loss. If you still want to try the newest macOS update, the company advises users to install it on their secondary devices. Also, make sure you back up your existing data in case things go wrong.