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macOS Big Sur Beta 4 released for developers – Download

Today, Apple has found it appropriate to release beta 4 of macOS Big Sur for developers for testing purposes. The beta arrives two weeks after beta 3 was released to developers and more than a month after it was revealed to the public at Apple’s WWDC event in 2020. If you are a developer, you can now download the latest build from the Apple Developer Center.

Apple Releases macOS Big Sur To Developers For Test Purposes – Download Now!

If you want to try the latest beta for yourself, it’s available for free from the Apple Developer Center. However, make sure that a correct configuration profile is installed from the Apple Developer Center. Once downloaded, you need to do the following:

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  • Launch System preferences on your Mac.
  • click on Software update.
  • Now wait for the page to refresh and click Update now as soon as the update appears.

macOS Big Sur introduces a plethora of new additions and brings visual novelty to the mix. From now on, it can be considered a major update to the platform. It brings up a redesigned notification center with a modern look, improvements in Safari, iOS style widgets, redesigned tabs, improvements in messages, maps, photos, a built-in language translation feature and much more.

Other than this, the platform also offers Apple Pay support for Mac Catalyst apps, better privacy and much more. If you are a developer you can view all these features and tired now. As of now, there’s no word on what changes are part of the macOS beta 4, so we’ll leave it to the developers to tinker with the latest build. We will keep you informed of the latest news.

You can learn more about the Big Sur update in our announcement message.

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