Apple today sent an RC version of an upcoming macOS Big Sur 11.2 update to developers for testing purposes, with the new beta coming one week after the second beta and two months after the initial macOS Big Sur release.
Developers can download downloadmmacOS Big Cert 11.2 beta using the software update mechanism in System Preferences after installing the appropriate profile from the Apple Developer Center.
EliminmacOS Big Surrey 11.2 Beta 2 eliminated a feature that allowed Apple apps to bypass third-party firewalls, security tools, and VPN apps. FmacOS Big Ser 11 includes a ContentFilterExclusionList that lets Apple’s apps such as App Store, Maps, iCloud, and more firewalls and VPN apps to escape from users who installed them. These apps were not able to filter or monitor traffic for some built-in Apple apps. That functionality has been removed in OSmacOS Big Surh 11.2.
When releasemacOS sees a release of Big Surrey 11.2, Apple apps will be compatible with VPN apps and will no longer be able to bypass firewalls and other security devices.
According to Apple’s release notes, the update improves Bluetooth reliability and includes several bug fixes.
ReliabilitymacOS Big Surrey 11.2 improves Bluetooth reliability and resolves the following issues:
– External displays can show a black screen when connected to an Mac Mini (M1, 2020) using an HDMI to DVI converter
– Apple PRORAW can’t save photo editing in Photos app
– iCloud Drive can be closed after disabling iCloud Drive Desktop and Documents folder option
– System preferences cannot be unlocked when entering your administrator password
– Emoji and symbol panel cannot be displayed when globe key is pressed
The update addresses a bug that could cause the external screen to show a black screen when connected to an a1 o’clock using an HDMI to DVI converter, and this fixes an issue with As a result, AppPro’s photos are not saved in the app. It includes fixes for oudiCloud Driveh, System Preferences, and more.