Ninth beta of macOS Big Sur rolling out for developers

Apple announced macOS Big Sur two months ago and now it released the ninth beta of macOS Big Sur update to developers for testing purposes. The update comes a week after the eighth beta.

This beta update adds more features and some improvements to the macOS Big Sur. Till now Apple seeded nine betas of macOS Big Sur and it is still not known that when the actual update will be rolled out.

macOS BigSur brings a whole new look to the Mac operating system, changing the entire look of the window. The appearance is fully changed, everything feels new and also familiar to the older operating system. The control center now comes with new and more customizable options.

Messages have been designed similar to the Message app in iOS. Likewise, iOS the Messages in Mac will now support pinned conversations, mentions, inline replies, and Memoji creation.

New macOS comes with a redesigned Notification Center. Notifications are made more interactive and user friendly and are easy to access. Tabs are redesigned with built-in translation features, Chrome Firefox extension can be ported to Safari, and YouTube supports 4K. The privacy is been improved, now it will let you know the tracker the Safari is blocking.

The Maps are redesigned and adds many new features such as Look Around, indoor maps, Guides, restaurants, and much more. Photos include a better retouch tool. A new Listen now section has been added to replace the Apple’s Music for your section. The eighth beta of macOS BigSur fixes the bug which causes the application to close unexpectedly.

The developers can download the beta of macOS BigSur from Apple Developer Center after installing a proper profile. Before installing make sure that you download the update on your secondary device and not the primary device as the update could have some bugs which may cause in data loss.

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