Since the MacOS Big Tune was first announced in June, Mac users have been patiently waiting for the word on an official release date. IOS, iPadS, TVS and WatchOS – each of Apple’s other major operating systems – have now rolled out worldwide, with no word yet on when MacOS will arrive. This major upgrade, version 11 – finally brings a break from the OS X number, numerous new features and an updated design.
So far, Apple is very determined about when it will push the MacOS 11 Big Tune to users around the world, but there is a strong possibility that more news will be released in just a few days.
The US technology agency has just confirmed that it will hold a big launch event on Tuesday, October 13th where the new iPhone 12 range is expected to be unveiled to the world. The invitation, sent to the media, includes the tagline “High, Speed” which indicates that next generation devices will be powered by 5G-ready and faster new processors.
But what has this got to do with Big Tune?
Last month, during the showcase of the “Time Flies” iPad and Apple Watch, Apple announced the release of the latest operating system updates for the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, all of which were released worldwide the next day.
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As such, following the new version of the Mac operating system at the next Apple event on Tuesday will gain the right idea. If the same pattern is followed from the “Time Flies” showcase, we saw Big Tune become available on MacBooks and iMacs as early as Wednesday, October 14th.
Another reason for the release’s skepticism is that Apple has a long history of announcing new Mac hardware and software in October, and there’s no doubt that 2020 will be different.
When Big Tune arrives expect some big changes, including the newly designed icons, improved messaging and a whole new control center, which will help provide quick access to controls directly from the desktop.
There is also an upgraded notification center panel to provide more interactive alerts and redesigned widgets to provide users with more relevant information at a glance.
McCos Big Tune Craig Federighi said of Max: “Max Big Tunes is a big update that promotes the legendary combination of Unix power with the convenience of using Mac and provides our biggest update to design over a decade.”
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