Big Sur 11.2: third Release Candidate, the news

Big Sur 11.2: third Release Candidate, the news
The bitten apple's commitment to improve the macOS Big Sur operating system of its computers continues unabated. Today is the debut of Release Candidate 3 for the update to version 11.2. Recall that 11.1 arrived in mid-December, bringing with it, among other things, support for the Cupertino AirPods Max headphones.

The news of macOS Big Sur 11.2 RC 3

Returning to 11.2, the RC 3 available in beta for developers and users corrects some problems related to the functioning of Bluetooth and solves some bugs found in previous releases regarding the connection of external displays (on Mac M1), image editing in ProRAW format, synchronization of content with iCloud, emoji and System Preferences.

The new Release Candidate is marked by the build 20D64, while the previous one released last week (25 Jan aio) was 20D62 and the one earlier (January 21) 20D53. It is not known when the update will be made available to all Mac users, publicly and in its final form.

Source: MacRumors