Apple seeds macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Release Candidate to developers ahead of next week’s event

On Thursday, Apple released their macOS 11.0.1 Release Candidate to developers ahead of next week’s “One More Thing” special event where it’s expected they’ll announce new Apple Silicon Macs.

macOS Big Sur, Apple’s latest and biggest update to their Mac operating system in years, has been receiving steady updates, performance improvements, bug fixes, and UI changes, over the past few weeks.

Ahead of the event next week, Apple has released the Release Candidate for macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 to developers for testing. The Release Candidate is essentially “near-final,” and is meant to prepare developers for a general release.

It’s believed Apple is holding off the public release of Big Sur until after the event to prevent any leaks from surfacing. Therefore, 11.0.1 might come as a supplemental update after macOS Big Sur 11.0 is released sometime next week.

Are you excited for macOS Big Sur? Are you updating on release day? Let us know below.

Sid Ramirez
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