Apple released its latest update yesterday macOS Big Sur With improved Bluetooth reliability and a few bug fixes. Today, it launches the first beta version of the MacOS Big Sur 11.3, which brings additional enhancements to Safari, Reminders, Apple Music, Apple News and other apps. This update will also try to improve the running experience of iPhone and iPad apps on M1 Macs, which may be a little worse at this early stage (and without the touch screen).
IPod apps now appear larger than before – if screen size allows – and beta testers will find a new option panel for iPhone and iPad apps that will allow you to better customize keyboard commands for “touch alternatives”. Touch switches “allow keyboard replacement for touch, swipe and swipe gestures, and allow multiple finger gestures using the custom key and touchpad.”
Big Sur 11.3 will make the Safari homepage more customizable and allow you to rearrange the various sections (Favorites, Playlist, Siri suggestions, etc.) as you wish. Developers can create extensions that run on the New Tab page, and use the new Speech Authorization API to integrate Speech Authorization into their web pages.
Reminders can be sorted by application, by title, due date, priority or date of creation. With this update, Apple will allow you to easily Intention Your reminders if a paper copy is useful when you run to the store or do other tasks.
Apple Music “Made for You” gets small changes like custom playlists and shortcuts to combinations. Live and upcoming special events will be highlighted on the tab for you. The Apple News app gets design improvements on the Apple News Plus tab, making it easy to access and download magazines and newspapers.
Also, like the upcoming iOS 14.5 update, the MacOS Big Sur 11.3 adds support for the latest Xbox and PlayStation DualSense controllers; The same compatibility applies to Apple mobile devices As part of iOS 14.5.