Apple has released the third major update of its macOS Big Sur operating system. macOS Big Sur 11.3 includes support for M1 optimization, AirTag integration, and new PS and Xbox controllers.
Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.3, the third major update of the macOS Big Sur operating system, which debuted in November. The new version comes two months after the general rollout of macOS Big Sur 11.2.
The 6GB update can be downloaded to all compatible Mac computers using the Software Update section in System Preferences. Here’s what’s new with macOS Big Sur 11.3:
Apple fixed bugs in the new version while at the same time improving the performance of the operating system and adding many new features. The company has made some optimizations for the use of iOS applications on Mac computers with M1 processors.
In addition, the operating system AirTag has gained integration. In addition, updated Apple Music and Apple Podcasts apps and new emojis are also available to users as part of macOS Big Sur 11.3.
The update also brings support for Sony PlayStation 5 Dual Sense and Xbox Series X/S wireless controllers. Let’s also remember that macOS Big Sur 11.3 includes several innovations of lower importance.