The next version of the Mac operating system, macOS 11 Big Sur , will be officially released this fall. But you can install and run Big Sur now by joining Apple’s Public Beta program.
Interested? Here’s what you need to know about the Public Beta.
The latest: Public Beta 2 now available
Apple on Thursday release the second version of its macOS Big Sur public beta. If you installed the first version, you can get the update through Software Update, which is located in System Preferences.
Sign up for the program and install the macOS Big Sur Public Beta
Before you can install the new operating system, you must be enrolled in the Public Beta program. You can do this through Apple’s Public Beta program website . In the Get Started section of the website, click on the “enroll your Mac” link.
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