macOS Big Sur: AirPods Max and more in update 11.1

macOS Big Sur: AirPods Max and more in update 11.1
After completing a few weeks of beta testing, the 11.1 update for the macOS Big Sur operating system is now being distributed by Apple to all those in possession of a compatible Mac line computer. An update that brings with it some interesting new features and new features.

macOS Big Sur 11.1: the update available on Mac

The first on the list is the one regarding support for AirPods Max, the over-ear headphones presented a little by surprise last week from the bitten apple that connect wirelessly by offering technologies such as Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode and Spatial Audio.

There is then the expected addition of privacy labels on the App Store that allow users to know exactly what information about their account is requested by application developers and for what purposes. Again, widgets for the Apple News service are making their debut.

The changelog is completed with the card dedicated to Apple TV + in the TV application, support for the ProRAW format for post-production of photos, the addition of Ecosia search engine in the Safari browser and a series of optimizations and bugfixes regarding QuickTime Player, the pairing of Bluetooth devices, the ability to unlock the Mac with the Apple Watch, the speed of scrolling performed by the trackpad and the display of images on the LG UltraFine 5K Display monitor.

Release 11.1 is the first major update since Big Sur debut dating back to the first half of November. The operating system marks for Apple a break with the past of OS X thanks to the adoption of an interface that is evolved in many respects. It is no coincidence that the debut took place almost simultaneously with that of the Mac M1, the new generation of Made in Cupertino computers based on internally designed hardware.

Source: Apple