Apple released first developers beta of upcoming macOS BigSur 11.3

Apple recently rolled out iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 update for the eligible iPhone and iPads with some new features. Moving forward the company has just released the macOS BigSur 11.2 update with bug fixes, and now it is preparing for the next version.

As per the info, Apple seeded the first beta of the upcoming macOS BigSur 11.3 to developers for testing purposes. This new beta update brings more features such as added customizations in Safari, users can add rearrange different sections on the start page such as Favorites, Reading List, Siri Suggestions, Privacy Report, and more.

With the beta update, the developers can also have access to develop features for the Start Page. It includes optimizations for the iOS apps running on M1 Macs. Also, there is support for the latest Play Station 6 Dualsense and Xbox Series.

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Furthermore, Apple is also adding a new ‘Made For You’ feature which allows users to find personal mixes and Replay playlists. In addition, there are more new changes that are included in this update such as redesigned Apple News+ tab with a dedicated ‘For You’ section and more.

Developers can install the beta update after installing a proper Apple ID or creating a new one. Then they need to follow some simple update methods in the System Preferences from the Apple Developer Center.

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