Apple has released an update to the beta version of macOS 11.3 for developers. The update, which comes with the latest version of Big Sur OS, has made some major changes available to Macs, including more customization options in the Safari browser, sorting options in the Reminders app, and support for the latest PlayStation and Xbox controllers.
The first beta update to macOS 11.3 is now available to developers it placed And many of the features included, such as the iOS 14.5 update, which was previously released as a trial, were made available to developers.
Some of the features of this version, known as Big Sur, have been shared by users on the Twitter social network. New features in this update include more customization options in the Safari browser, new data sorting options in the Reminders app, a redesigned News + tab in the News app, support for the latest PlayStation and Xbox controllers, and a new shortcut called “Made for You” for the Music app. And some changes will be made to the iPhone and iPad app keyboard.
Now, with this update, you can customize some parts of the Safari browser, such as Favorites, reading lists, and Siri suggestions.
Safari also supports plugins that allow users to modify the default pages of a new window or tab with different features and new styles. A new support menu with details on Apple’s limited 1-year warranty is another change in this update.
Despite this update, the Reminders app reminder list can be set based on a variety of things, including title, priority, due date, and creation date. Additionally, the macOS 11.3 update finally includes the option to set stereo paired HomePods as the default Mac audio output.
This update is now available to developers through the Apple site. Of course, it should be noted that access to it will require a developer account.