How to install macOS Big Tune Public Beta

Apple has announced a major refresh at macOS called “Big Tune” at WWDC 2020. This is the biggest design update 7 after MacOS X. Click here to see everything new with macOS Big Sur 7 The final release of Big Tune is expected this fall, but you can join the public beta to enjoy all the new features and UI design updates. Here’s how to install MacOS Big Sur Public Beta on your Apple laptop:

Disclaimer: The public beta of the software is extremely volatile and risky. Be sure to back up all your data to iCloud before you install any new software on your device.

Check if your Mac is compatible with MacOS Big Tune from the list below.

– MacBook Air, 2013 and later
– MacBook Pro, late 2013 and beyond
– MacBook, 2015 and later
– Mac Mini, 2014 and later
– iMac, 2014 and later
– iMac Pro, 2017 and beyond
– Mac Pro, 2013 and later

How to install macOS Big Tune Public Beta

  • On your Mac, open Safari
  • Go to developer.apple.com and log in to Apple Developer. If you haven’t downloaded a beta before, you’ll need to sign up for Apple Developer.
  • Click ‘Register your device.’
  • Select macOS
  • Scroll down and click ‘Download MacOS Public Beta Access Utility’
  • Select ‘Allow’
  • Open your download folder and double click on beta utility.dmg
  • Double click on the .pkg installer and follow the prompts
  • Once done, open System Preferences on your Mac.
  • Click on ‘Software Update’
  • Here, macOS Big Tune should be ready for public beta download and installation.
  • Click ‘Download’ and ‘Install’

In a few moments, the update should be installed and then you can enjoy Big Tune on your Mac.

In other Apple reports, the company will not allow Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud due to App Store rules. Also, the Apple iPhone 12 has officially been delayed for a few weeks and you can read more about that story here.

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