macOS Big Sur introduces a beautiful redesign that is entirely new yet instantly familiar. Safari is packed with new features, including a customisable start page, elegantly designed and more powerful tabs, quick and easy translation, and a new Privacy Report.
Apple have changed the UI for the Mac to fit in with the Apple eco system. A number of apps have received redesigns, including Mail, Photos, Notes, and iWork. Apple has introduced a new search feature to Messages, including a new photo-selection interface.
All of the apps corners have been rounded and the tool bar has been improved. There’s a more colours throughout, to distinguish each of the company’s proprietary offerings through new key colours
Apple have finally added control centre to the Mac. Users now have the ability to control wifi, bluetooth and other system settings right from control centre.
An updated Notification Center includes more interactive notifications and redesigned widgets that come in different sizes, providing users with more relevant information at a glance. And a new design for core apps brings more organization to multiple open windows and makes interacting with apps even easier.
Get a 360-degree view of a destination with Look Around, and browse detailed indoor maps of major airports and shopping centers.
It is a big year for safari this year. Apple says the browser can open frequently visited pages up to 50% faster than Chrome. The browser gets some key security updates, including monitoring unwanted app tracking.
It will also monitor passwords, to cross check them with data breeches. Like iOS, the browser is also getting a built-in translation feature, to help keep it inline with Google’s offering.
Safari brings new features for greater personalisation while browsing the web. Users can customise the new start page with a background image and sections like their Reading List and iCloud Tabs.
Privacy has always been built into Safari, and a new Privacy Report delivers added visibility into how Safari protects browsing activity across the web.
Users can choose when and which websites a Safari extension can work with, and tools like data breach password monitoring never reveal your password information
Stay Tuned as we will have demos of the new version of Mac very soon!