After what seemed to be an eternity, Apple finally released macOS Big Sur to the public. And if you’ve already downloaded Big Sur, you’ve probably noticed a bunch of changes right from the start. From the looks of the user interface to new widgets and a Control Center, there’s a lot of things to discover.
The biggest change in Big Sur is its design, which mimics the iPhone and iPad’s interface. These similarities make it easier for most iPhone users to quickly understand how to use a Mac. Combine that with the new M1 MacBooks and you can see the direction the company is taking. That being said, you still need to know how to use Big Sur, because it’s not exactly the same as your iPhone.
There are many new changes that are hidden, as well as some more obvious ones, that you probably haven’t tried yet. Continue reading to browse nine exciting new features and changes in macOS Big Sur.