Apple Releases macOS Big Sur 11.3
On Tuesday, Apple has released the latest update to macOS Big Sur with version 11.3. Today’s post will cover a few of the details about the macOS Apple update.
About The macOS 11.3 Update
With macOS11.3, the update adds
- support for AirTag
- includes iPhone and iPad app improvements for Macs with the M1 chip
- introduces separate skin tone variations for emoji
- adds more diverse voice options for Siri
Of the additions, the ones of most note are
AirTag and the Find My feature update. For those who want to keep track of important items, you can use an AirTag with your keys, wallet, backpack, or anything else you can think of and locate it using the Find My feature.
Apple Music update, which will now keep playing similar songs, once you reach the end of a song or a playlist. The update may not seem like much, but I can say is a great feature, especially when you are traveling.
This release also fixes the following issues:
- Reminders created via Siri may be unintentionally set for early morning hours
- iCloud Keychain might not turn off
- AirPods audio routing to an incorrect device for Automatic Switching
- AirPods Automatic Switching notifications might be missing or duplicated
- External 4K monitors may not display in full resolution when connected over USB-C
- Login window may not display properly after restarting Mac mini (M1, 2020)
- The Dwell feature may not work in the Accessibility Keyboard
To Update macOS
To update your Mac just go into system preferences -> software updates and select update to your Mac. The update itself is 6.5 gig in size, so it may take a little while to download.
Keeping your computer up to date is always recommended. As always said, Consider updating your software in the same idea as taking your car to get its oil change.
Apple Releases Big Sur 11.3