Apple has released a new version of macOS 11.0.1 for some Mac users who have not yet installed macOS Big Sur on their devices.
The new version comes about a week after Apple released the previous version of macOS Big Sur, 20B29. The version released Thursday has a version number of 20B50. Appleinsider confirmed its availability on the Apple Developer Portal, in the major releases section.
While it’s unclear what’s different in the new version of macOS Big Sur, macOS 11.0.1 was the launch version of Big Sur for all Macs except those with an M1 chip. For this reason, version 20B50 may have under the hood improvements exclusive to Apple Silicon.
The new software update can be downloaded to Mac devices requiring the update, using the Software Update menu in System Preferences.
Apple’s macOS Big Sur is a major update to the Mac operating system and introduces a complete design overhaul, new widget options, significant updates to Safari and other apps, as well as some features to start the Apple Silicon transition.
Device-specific macOS comes a day after Apple released iOS 14.2.1, an update containing bug fixes for some iPhone 12 models.