Apple officially released a new generation of macOS called macOS Big Sur at WWDC. It is worth noting that it is no longer named after macOS 10.X, but macOS 11. Since macOS Big Sur supports the ARM-based Apple Silicon processor, it is appropriate to describe it as "change the dynasty". However, outside the framework, it is also mainly fine-tuning, not surprising.
New interface experience
There are many adjustments to the new macOS Big Sur interface style. For example, the icons on the Dock Bar are more compatible and consistent with iPadOS. Big Sur's control center allows users to quickly activate functions like WiFi, Bluetooth, AirDrop, dimming and sound adjustment, just like iOS/iPadOS.
Dock Bar interface is more "round" icon and closer to iPadOS.
Like the iPad OS, the control center can easily control the on/off of Mac functions.
Big Sur's notification center has also been improved, and now more widgets of different sizes can be added to facilitate users to obtain information in real time.
Safari adds privacy reporting
Safari has become more beautiful and personalized on the interface. The home page can be customized with background images, and there is an automatic translation function to facilitate users to browse web pages in different languages. In addition, the new version adds the "Privacy Report" feature to view the tracking URL used on the back of the website.
Safari can customize the background image of the home page.
Safari can preview the content of the Tab page.
New Privacy Report function
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