We already know when the new version of the Mac app will arrive.
As confirmed by Apple at its event One Thing, the MacOS Big Sur will be able to be installed on supported devices this week, starting November 12th.
While the company has already talked about its key novels in the WWDC document this year, those from Cupertino want to emphasize and its great power, especially when working in partnership with Apple first Apple chip: the M1.
In addition to offering new design, updated apps and more security and privacy than ever before, Apple has highlighted the fact that, for the first time, the Mac can open as soon as you wake it up.
The MacOS Big Sur is designed to take full advantage of Apple Silicon for Mac, and that includes both Mac and Mac apps and all those made for Apple.
From a new version of software, highlights its improved power management, either when performing small tasks or those that require a lot of graphics. All of this leads to massive battery life, which we will see in the new MacBook Air and the new MacBook Pro
During the launch on November 10, Apple outlined some areas where app developers would particularly benefit.
- Some applications are generally available, which means that the most powerful applications are compatible with both M1 and Intel computers. The same type can be used on any Mac, as is the case with Adobe Lightroom.
- For those applications not compatible with new Macs, Rosetta can be used. According to Craig Federighi, even some graphics-based applications perform better on Rosetta than on other Intel Macs.
- On the other hand, other iOS apps can also be used on Mac.
Apple wanted to end its launch on MacOS Big Sur with a video of app developers who have been able to benefit from the M1 and, as expected, ensure that it is faster than ever and much easier to sync with existing applications.