And it is that yesterday afternoon we saw how Apple launched the first beta version of macOS Big Sur 11.4 without having the final version of 11.3 that is currently in the Release Candidate (RC) version. It may seem like a mistake but it is not the company released the first version of macOS Big Sur 11.4 to developers.
In this new version we have not seen too many changes or at least it is what seems more like a correction version that is not a new version since the next version will arrive at WWDC and in that we should see important changes.
This type of movement is not well understood but finally Apple launched the beta version so the developers they already have it at their disposal to tinker with it and detect the biggest possible errors.
In this case, as in previous beta versions released by Apple, there is not much data in the version description, so we do not know how many new features are added. In this case as in previous occasions we recommend staying away from these beta versions Exclusively for developers on the computers we use every day, since they can compromise the functionality of some tools, applications or the like.
Possibly the big changes in the macOS Bic Sur version will arrive at the next WWDC, so let's be patient and see how the Cupertino company surprises us.