macOS 11

macOS Big Sur Wasn’t Designed for Touchscreens Says Apple Exec

A recent post by John Gruber, Apple enthusiast and product commentator, on his blog Daring Fireball discusses what Apple executives had to say in response to theories that Apple designed macOS 11 ‘Big Sur’ for use with touchscreens. In an interview with The Independent‘s Andrew Griffin, Apple execs Craig Federighi, Greg “Joz” Joswiak, and John Ternus — who […]

Apple to Let Users Port Chrome Extensions to Safari in macOS 11 Big Sur

When Apple unveiled macOS 11 Big Sur earlier this week, it announced a bunch of improvements for its Safari browser, including support for browser extensions. In addition to native extensions, Apple is also adding support for web extensions that will let users port their extensions from Chrome, Firefox, or Edge to Safari (via TechCrunch). Sharing more...

macOS 11 Concept Imagines Desktop OS From a Whole New Perspective

A new macOS 11 concept published recently by designer ?Alvaro Pabesio has completely reimagined and overhauled Apple’s desktop OS, changing almost everything in one way or another. The menu bar has been completely redesigned, featuring a Control Centre like iOS, as well as a new universal dark mode, universal apps and tons more. The concept macOS 11 introduces a simplified...