According to the 9to5 Mac, the RC2 candidate version of Apple macOS Big Sur 11.2 is now open to developers and public beta users. Prior to this, Apple released the first macOS Big Sur 11.2 RC version last week. This update brings M1 Mac improvements, Bluetooth repairs and more.
This update fixes a bug that may cause the external display to display a black screen when using an HDMI to DVI converter to connect to the M1 Mac mini. It also fixes a problem that caused the editing of Apple ProRaw photos in the photo application to fail to save. It also includes repairs to iCloud Drive and system preferences.
Apple has abandoned the previously used “Golden Master” naming approach to the final beta. Instead, the term “Release Candidate”, or RC, is used to refer to a near-final test version.
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We expect the official version of macOS Big Sur 11.2 will be released to the public as soon as this week. Today’s RC 2 update may include some minor fixes and improvements. The version number of this update is 20D62, while the version number of RC last week is 20D53.
The following are Apple’s release notes for macOS Big Sur 11.2:
- macOS Big Sur 11.2 improves the reliability of Bluetooth and fixes the following issues:
- When connecting to a Mac mini (M1, 2020) using an HDMI to DVI converter, the external monitor may display a black screen.
- Editing of Apple ProRAW photos in the photo application may not be saved.
- After disabling the “Desktop and Document Folder” option of iCloud Drive, iCloud Drive may be closed.
- When entering the administrator password, the system preferences may not be unlocked.
- Pressing the Globe key may not display the “Emotions and Symbols” window.
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