Apple has seeded developers with the first macOS 11.5 beta after just releasing the RC build of macOS 11.4 just two days ago. The latest build comes alongside the first iOS 14.7 beta and more.
On Monday, Apple seeded the release candidate for macOS 11.4. The update comes with expanded GPU support for “cards based on the AMD Navi RDNA2 architecture (6800, 6800XT, and 6900XT).” However, Apple still hasn’t made 11.4 available to the public.
Ahead of that release, Apple has made the first macOS 11.5 beta available for developers with build number 20G5023d. Also available today are the first betas of iOS 14.7, watchOS 7.6, and tvOS 14.7. It’s not clear yet what new changes or features come with the latest releases.
Here’s the full list of macOS 11 Big Sur compatible Macs:
2021 and later M1 iMacs
2020 and later M1 Macs
2015 and later MacBook
2013 and later MacBook Air
2013 and later MacBook Pro
2014 and later Mac mini
2014 and later iMac
2017 and later iMac Pro
2013 and later Mac Pro
00:00 – introduction
01:17 – other Apple updates released Today
01:45 – software changes for macOS 11.5 beta
02:16 – new features, changes and upcoming accessibilities
06:55 – performance and Geekbench
07:50 – macOS Big Sur 11.4 release date
08:22 – conclusion and a big thanks
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