It is only an hour since the Apple event ended, and it has already released the «release Candidate»Of the next firmwares, both for Macs and for the rest of the company's devices.
And the one for Macs is the new version macOS Big Sur 11.3 RC. the latest beta for developers before the final release for all its users, scheduled for a week.
After releasing eight beta versions, Apple has just released the "Release Candidate" version of macOS 11.3 to developers. This means that there will be no more betas, and that it is the same finished software that will be released for all users next week.
This new version of Big Sur has new sorting options in Reminders, expanded support for console controllers Xbox y PlayStation latest generation, automatic playback on Apple Music and a long list of news.
After finishing the event «Spring loaded«Apple has made macOS 11.3 RC available to developers. The OTA should appear in System Preferences> Software Update if you are enrolled in the beta developer program. You can also download it manually from Apple's developer website.
macOS Big Sur 11.3 includes new sorting options in Reminders, the ability to set the audio output on stereo HomePods as the default, and compatibility with controllers from the latest Xbox and PlayStation consoles to hit the market.
There is also a new warranty feature in the About This Mac section, a new autoplay feature in Apple Music which previously debuted in iOS 14, and some tweaks to the touch input menu.
This "Release Candidate" version is the latest beta for developers. The code will be identical to the final version for all users that will be released next week.