Not all that long ago, Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.2 to the public. Now that that’s out there in the wild, the push to the next update begins.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the second beta of macOS Big Sur 11.3 to developers. It’s available now for registered developers. As is par for the course, this is prerelease software and it should not be installed on daily drivers. It’s meant entirely for testing purposes. Apple will likely seed the corresponding public beta to the public beta testers out there soon enough.
Developers can use the Software Update option in System Preferences to download the update. The prerelease software can also be downloaded from Apple’s Developer Center.
As far as what’s new? There’s quite a bit, even if this isn’t a major update in the grand scheme of things.
What’s new in macOS 11.3 Big Sur
- Users will be able to use HomePods in stereo while connected to their Mac, setting it as the default audio output option.
- A new dedicated Support menu in the software will show more relevant information.
So, not a lot, but the changes are certainly worthwhile.
If there are any additional features or changes discovered in the first beta, we will update this post accordingly.