What's new in macOS 11.3: The latest features coming to Big Sur

Yolanda Curtis
February 4, 2021

At present, the Mac mini and MacBook Air have fully transitioned, with the 13-inch MacBook Pro now available with either Intel or Apple M1 chips. Facts on security holes closed with macOS Large Sur 11.2 can be uncovered In this article. There's an enhanced News+ tab in Apple News created to make it easier to access magazines and newspapers and manage downloaded issues.

Apple has released macOS Big Sur 11.2, an update which brings several fixes and improvements. The latest version of the Mac operating system includes a number of bug fixes.

You can now re-arrange the sections on the Start Page including your favourite websites, Reading List and Siri Suggestions.

There is also a beta of iOS 14.5. For instance, iPadOS apps open with a bigger window and a brand new choice pane that enables customers to customise keyboard instructions for contact enter alternate options.

The update also allows users to use the web speech API to integrate speech recognition on their web pages. The update will also ass support for printing Reminders. The function to drag and drop reminders manually is also made available for the first time.

Instead, Apple recommends to install betas onto non-essential devices or if you have any secondary devices, and to make sure that there are sufficient backups of important data beforehand. Also a Listen Now option will offer upcoming and live special events based on your interests. Well, they were right: security researcher Matthew Hickey has confirmed that the CVE-2021-3156 vulnerability (AKA "Baron Samedit") can easily be adapted to gain root access on Apple macOS.

Note that if you've already been running the public beta version of macOS Big Sur 11.2 you may not get this update as you could already be running it - it's build 20D64, which is identical to the RC3 version that Apple released to testers last week.

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