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    Apparently, if you set the iPad next to a Mac, your Mac cursor and keyboard just move between the Mac and iPad. You can use a single mouse and keyboard between a Mac and an iPad. Continuity: the thing that lets Apple devices share little pieces of data with each other. New: Universal Control You can drag and drop files between Mac and iPad. It works "with more than two devices." We're moving a cursor from iMac to MacBook to iPad. And you can use any of the Mac input devices on any device. Finally! You can just AirPlay to a Mac. This is how you can use a Mac as an external monitor now? Shortcuts is coming to the Mac. Shortcuts in Finder, menu bar, spotlight, Siri. Full download will be added Soon Safari: Tab and window management. Cleaner toolbar. Tabs are more compact and they are shuffled up into the toolbar. And there are new tab groups. The tab bar and URL bar are combined. The search field is built into the tab. You can share an entire tab group in an email automatically. Tab groups sync to iPad automatically. On iPhone, the tab bar is on the bottom and it's very small most of the time, you tap it to hover.
  2. Apparently, if you set the iPad next to a Mac, your Mac cursor and keyboard just move between the Mac and iPad. You can use a single mouse and keyboard between a Mac and an iPad. Continuity: the thing that lets Apple devices share little pieces of data with each other. New: Universal Control You can drag and drop files between Mac and iPad. It works "with more than two devices." We're moving a cursor from iMac to MacBook to iPad. And you can use any of the Mac input devices on any device. Finally! You can just AirPlay to a Mac. This is how you can use a Mac as an external monitor now? Shortcuts is coming to the Mac. Shortcuts in Finder, menu bar, spotlight, Siri. Safari: Tab and window management. Cleaner toolbar. Tabs are more compact and they are shuffled up into the toolbar. And there are new tab groups. The tab bar and URL bar are combined. The search field is built into the tab. You can share an entire tab group in an email automatically. Tab groups sync to iPad automatically. On iPhone, the tab bar is on the bottom and it's very small most of the time, you tap it to hover.
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  4. macOS Big Sur is the 2020's Release of Apple's Mac Operating System starting with product version 11.0 We have listed the direct download link of macOS Big Sur below. The image is bootable itself. Big Sur can also be downloaded from Mac Appstore for 3-4 years from the date of release. We offer direct download links to dmg because this allows downloading macOS Big Sur from Windows, Linux, and Other Operating systems. On a few occasions, Mac Appstore downloads crash too, Unlike that this download is resumable. Big Sur is redesigned from the previous macOS Catalina and packed with enhancements for applications like Safari, Messages, and Maps, Big Sur also includes new privacy features. Big Sur has been engineered down to its core to take full advantage of the new M1 chip Introduced by Apple. M1 Chip is available in the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini. The combination of M1 & Big Sur takes the macOS experience to a whole new level with great capabilities, unbeatable efficiency. macOS Big Sur includes a new design and improvements to Safari Browser, Messages, Maps, and Other Apps. Refreshed Design: Focused and Familiar Big Sur introduces a new design that makes navigation easier while leveraging more controls to users. From the edge of window corners to the palette of hex colors and materials the thoughtful design will benefit everyone. Dock icons appear more consistent across the Apple ecosystem for a more cohesive look and feel. A new design for apps makes it easier for users to stay focused on their content and interact with Mac Apps. Buttons and controls appear when needed and recede when they are not which reduces visual complexity and brings the most relevant content infront. Control Center which has been introduced with Big Sur gives users access to controls for Do Not Disturb, displays, keyboard brightness right from the menu bar. Users can view important relevant information at a glance in the Notification Center. Notification Center includes interactive notifications and redesigned widgets. Redesigned widgets offer users relevant information at a glance. The new Control Center gives users access to controls right from their desktop. Dock icons have been redesigned to appear more consistent across the Apple ecosystem, while still retaining their Mac personality. Safari: Faster, More Personal, and More Private Safari’s JavaScript engine helps it outperform other browsers on Mac and PC, and loads frequently visited sites an average of 50 percent faster than Chrome. On new Macs with M1 Chip, Safari performs faster up to 1.5x at running JavaScript and nearly 2x more responsive. 4K HDR Streaming is possible with Netflix and Youtube. Newly designed tabs make navigating Safari faster and more efficient by showing more tabs onscreen revealing page previews on hover over tabs which also displays favicons. Safari offers an even more personal experience while browsing the web, like a new customizable start page where users can add a personal background image, Reading List, iCloud Tabs, and more. With built-in translation, Safari can detect and translate entire web pages from seven languages, and new Safari extensions are easily discoverable for download through the Mac App Store with categories. Mac users can now see more tabs onscreen, and page previews appear when hovering over tabs. Safari is now even faster and features a customizable start page for a more personalized browsing experience. Safari is now with an innovative new Privacy Report that gives users an instant snapshot of internet trackers Safari prevents from profiling them on the web. New tools like data breach password monitoring keep an eye out for previously saved passwords that may have been compromised all without revealing a user’s account information. In order to prevent extensions from having access to the users of the website visit, the tabs they have open, and, in some cases, even what they type, Safari ask users to choose when &which websites can work with a Safari extension. With an incredible boost in performance, greater efficiency, new customization options, and improved privacy features, Safari delivers the best browsing experience on a Mac. New Privacy Report gives a snapshot of the trackers Safari prevents from profiling users on the web. Messages: An Even More Engaging Experience Messages on the Mac offers new tools to help users manage their favorite group conversations fun & engaging ways to express themselves. Users can pin conversations to the top of their Messages list for fast access, and search has been completely redesigned to help users quickly find links, photos, and matching terms. Messages for Mac also works seamlessly across all Apple devices, so stay in sync. Fun effects enable Mac users to add personality to their messages with balloons, confetti, and more. Users can even create and customizeable Memoji right on the Mac and express themselves with automatically generated Memojis stickers that match their mood and personality. With a new photo picker and images, users can easily share images, GIFs, and videos from Mac easily. Group messaging features streamline interactions with family & friends. Inline replies give users the ability to respond directly to a specific message in a thread. Users also can send a message to an individual in a group conversation by simply typing their name, and choose to receive notifications only when their name is mentioned also a users can assign a photo or emoji to a conversation to further personalize their group messages. Sharing the perfect photo, video, or GIF in Messages has never been faster or easier. With the ability to pin conversations in Messages, users can easily stay in touch with family, friends, and colleagues. Users can create and customize Memoji on the Mac, and share Memoji stickers that match their mood or personality. Maps: The Next Adventure Maps have been entirely redesigned and bring exciting new features for exploring the world on the Mac for Travelers. Users can identify new places to visit and things to do with Guides from brands they trust, as well as create custom guides of favorite restaurants, parks, and vacation ideas to share with friends and family. Look Around provides an immersive 360 degree view of a destination. The detailed indoor maps help with navigating major airports and shopping centers. For the first time, cycling and electric vehicle trips can be routed on a Mac and sent directly to the iPhone to have when on the go. The redesigned Maps app looks amazing on the Mac, and Guides help users discover and learn about destinations. Cyclists mapping their rides can now plan for everything from elevation changes to live street traffic. Privacy: Transparency and Control Privacy is at the core of the Mac experience, and Big Sur expands on its privacy to bring new levels of transparency and give users more control over their data. Coming this fall Mac App Store will include a new section for each product page showing a developer reported summary of the privacy practices of an Application. Inspired by the convenience and readability of food nutrition labels, the information offered includes the types of data the apps might collect use & share. macOS Big Sur builds on Apple’s industry-leading approach to privacy with greater transparency and user control. Developers: Bringing More Apps to Mac With Big Sur, Apple’s community of more than 28 million developers have access to the tools they need to create amazing experiences for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Xcode 12 makes it easy for devs to update their existing Mac apps to Universal 2 application binaries, adding native support for both M1- and Intel-based Macs within a single app. With access to the full power of the M1 chip. And with the Neural Engine now coming to the Mac, developers have new opportunities for amazing machine learning apps. Rosetta 2 is a technology in Big Sur that enables existing Intel apps not yet upgraded to Universal to run seamlessly on Macs with M1 Chip. With the power of Metal and M1, developers will see some of their most graphically demanding apps perform even better under Rosetta 2 than they did running natively on previous Macs with onboard graphics. Developers can also choose to make their iPhone and iPad apps available to Mac users without doing any extra work, so users get access to a greater range of apps than ever before. Rosetta 2 enables existing Intel apps not yet upgraded to Universal to run seamlessly on Macs with Apple silicon. When Mac Catalyst debuted with macOS Catalina last year, developers were able to easily bring their iPad apps to the Mac. Mac Catalyst apps automatically inherit the new design of Big Sur, and developers get access to powerful new APIs for greater control over the look and behavior of their apps. SwiftUI also gets an upgrade, enabling devs to write entire apps and widgets with shared code across all Apple platforms and easily add custom Mac features. Download macOS Big Sur
  5. Apple previewed macOS Catalina on June 03 2019, The latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, packed with cool new features, fresh new apps and powerful new technology for developers. With macOS Catalina, Apple is replacing iTunes with its popular entertainment apps — Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and the Apple TV app. The all-new Sidecar feature enables users to extend their Mac desktop by using their iPad as a second display or as a high-precision input device across creative Mac apps. New security features keep users better protected and Voice Control lets users control their Mac entirely with their voice. “With macOS Catalina, we’re bringing fresh new apps to the Mac, starting with new standalone versions of Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and the Apple TV app,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “Users will appreciate how they can expand their workspace with Sidecar, enabling new ways of interacting with Mac apps using iPad and Apple Pencil. And with new developer technologies, users will see more great third-party apps arrive on the Mac this fall.” Mac users can now expand their workspace — and their creativity — with iPad and Apple Pencil. Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV Apps macOS Catalina replaces iTunes with three all-new apps that greatly simplify and improve the way Mac users discover and enjoy their favorite music, TV shows, movies and podcasts. The new Music app for Mac is lightning fast, fun and easy to use. Apple Music will help users discover great new music with over 50 million songs, playlists and music videos. Users will have access to their entire music library, whether they downloaded the songs, purchased them or ripped them from a CD. For those who like to own their music, the iTunes Music Store is just a click away. It’s never been faster or easier to find great new songs with the new Music app for Mac Apple TV The all-new Apple TV app brings together different ways to find and watch movies and TV shows into one powerful app. The Apple TV app features Apple TV channels, personalized recommendations and over 100,000 iTunes movies and TV shows to browse, buy or rent — so users can enjoy 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos-supported movies. The Watch Now section features Up Next, where viewers can keep track of what they are currently watching and resume on any screen. This fall, Apple TV+, Apple’s original video subscription service, will be available in the Apple TV app. The all-new Apple TV app brings together the different ways to discover and watch TV shows and movies into one app. Podcasts The popular Apple Podcasts app offers more than 700,000 shows in its catalog and the option to automatically be notified of new episodes as soon as they become available. The app also features new categories, curated collections by editors around the world and advanced search tools that can find episodes by host, guest or even discussion topic. Apple Podcasts features new advanced search tools and curated collections from editors around the world. For users who sync their media to their devices using a cable, they can quickly and easily do so in the new entertainment apps. When users connect a device to their Mac, it will immediately show up in the sidebar of Finder, enabling them to backup, update or restore their device. Sidecar With Sidecar, iPad can be used as an extended display for Mac and a high-precision drawing tablet across supported Mac apps. For users on the go, Sidecar makes it easy to bring an extended display with them so they can spread their work out over two displays wherever they happen to be. When paired with an Apple Pencil, they can use their iPad to draw, sketch or write in any Mac app that supports stylus input. Sidecar is a great tool for editing video with Final Cut Pro X, drawing with Adobe Illustrator or marking up iWork documents. Like all Continuity features, Sidecar can run on a wireless connection, so users can work with greater mobility. Sidecar brings the intuitiveness and precision of iPad and Apple Pencil to creative Mac apps and can run on a wireless connection. Accessibility Apple believes technology is most powerful when it empowers everyone. With macOS Catalina, Apple is introducing new assistive technologies to help every user get the most out of their Mac. Voice Control is a transformative technology that enables users who can’t operate traditional input devices to control their Mac entirely with their voice using on-device Siri speech recognition technology, which also ensures personal data is kept private. New labels and grids let users interact with virtually any app using comprehensive navigation tools, with audio processing happening on-device. Voice Control is now also available on iOS and iPadOS, so users can control their device entirely with their voice, even gestures like tapping, swiping and scrolling. New assistive technologies will help empower users to get the most out of their Mac. Security With macOS Catalina, Gatekeeper now checks all apps for known security issues, while new data protections require all apps to get permission before accessing user documents. Approve with Apple Watch lets users approve many security prompts by simply tapping the side button on their Apple Watch. Now all Macs with the T2 Security Chip support Activation Lock to make them less attractive to thieves. And with the new Find My app, the location of a lost or stolen Mac can be securely and anonymously relayed back to its owner by other Apple devices, even when it is offline. Screen Time Screen Time on the Mac gives users insight into how they spend time in apps and on websites, and the tools to help decide how to spend their time. Screen Time is designed for the way people use their Mac, including a new “One more minute” feature that gives users more time to save their work or log out of a game. Users can schedule time away from their Mac and determine how much time they want to spend within apps, websites or categories of apps. With iCloud, users can sync Screen Time settings and combine their usage across iPhone, iPad and Mac privately through end-to-end encryption. Family Sharing gives parents new tools to better manage their children’s device usage, including the ability to choose who their children can communicate with and when. With Screen Time on Mac, users can sync settings and combine usage across their Apple devices. More Great Apps for Mac Also available with macOS Catalina are new APIs and tools for developers that make it incredibly easy to bring iPad apps over to the Mac. With over a million iPad apps available across a broad range of categories, from creative to entertainment and productivity to development, users will be able to interact with more popular apps right on their Mac’s large and beautiful display. Beginning this fall, users can expect to see more of their favorite apps coming to the Mac, including Jira Cloud, Twitter and Asphalt 9. Beginning this fall, users will see more of their favorite third-party apps on the Mac App Store. Additional App Enhancements Photos features a beautiful new browsing experience that intelligently showcases the user’s best pictures. Safari has an updated start page that uses Siri Suggestions to elevate frequently visited sites, bookmarks, iCloud tabs, Reading List selections and links sent in Messages. Mail in macOS Catalina adds the ability to block email from a specified sender, mute an overly active thread and unsubscribe from commercial mailing lists. Notes now has a brand new Gallery View, more powerful search tools and additional collaboration options. Reminders has been redesigned with an all-new user interface that makes it easier to create, organize and track reminders. All New Gallery app in macOS Catalina All New Notes app in macOS Catalina Redesigned Safari app in macOS Catalina Apps users rely on everyday including Photos, Safari and Notes get even better with macOS Catalina. Download macOS Catalina
  6. MacOS Mojave was released to the public on September 24th, 2018. “macOS Mojave is a major update that introduces powerful new features for a wide range of Mac users, from consumers to pros,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “Dark Mode brings a dramatic new look to macOS that puts your content front and center, familiar iOS apps come to the Mac for the first time, and the redesigned Mac App Store makes finding new apps easier and more enjoyable than ever.” In macOS Mojave, a new Dark Mode transforms the desktop with a dramatic new look that puts the focus on user content. The new Stacks feature organizes messy desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups. Familiar iOS apps, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home, are now available on the Mac for the first time. FaceTime now adds support for group calling, and the Mac App Store gets a full redesign featuring rich editorial content and the addition of apps from top developers, including Microsoft, Adobe, and others. Dark Mode macOS Mojave users can switch to Dark Mode to transform their desktop to a darkened color scheme, putting the focus on user content while controls recede into the background. Users can toggle between light and dark desktop, and built-in Mac apps like Mail, Messages, Maps, Calendar, and Photos all include Dark Mode designs. macOS Mojave also features a new Dynamic Desktop that automatically changes the desktop picture to match the time of day. An API is available so developers can implement Dark Mode in their apps. Desktop and Finder Stacks for the desktop can organize even the most cluttered of desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups based on file type. Users can customize their Stacks to sort based on other file attributes like date and tags. Finder also gets a significant update in macOS Mojave with an all-new Gallery View that lets users skim through files visually. The Preview Pane now shows all of a file’s metadata, making it easier to manage media assets. Quick Actions allow users to do things like creating and password-protect PDFs and run custom Automator Actions on files right from Finder. Quick Look provides a fast, full-size preview of a file, allowing users to rotate and crop images, mark up PDFs and trim video and audio clips without ever opening an app. News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home With Home, Mac users can control their HomeKit-enabled accessories to do things like turn lights off and on or adjust thermostat settings without ever having to step away from their computer. In the News app, articles, photos, and videos look great on the Mac display and users can follow their favorite publications from one app. Voice Memos makes it easy to record personal notes, lectures, meetings, interviews, and song ideas, and access them from iPhone, iPad or Mac. Stocks delivers curated market news alongside a personalized watchlist, complete with quotes and interactive charts. Stocks delivers curated market news alongside a personalized watchlist, complete with quotes and interactive charts. In macOS Mojave, handy apps including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home are now available on Mac for the first time. In the News app, articles, photos, and videos look great on the Mac display and users can follow their favorite publications from one app. With Home, Mac users can control their HomeKit-enabled accessories to do things like turn lights off and on or adjust thermostat settings without ever having to step away from their computer. Voice Memos makes it easy to record personal notes, lectures, meetings, interviews, and song ideas, and access them from iPhone, iPad or Mac. Stocks delivers curated market news alongside a personalized watchlist, complete with quotes and interactive charts. Group FaceTime Group FaceTime makes it easy to chat with multiple people at the same time. Participants can be added at any time, join later if the conversation is still active and choose to join using video or audio from an iPhone, iPad or Mac — or even participate using FaceTime audio from Apple Watch. Group FaceTime makes it easy to chat with multiple people at the same time. Participants can be added at any time, join later if the conversation is still active and choose to join using video or audio from an iPhone, iPad or Mac — or even participate using FaceTime audio from Apple Watch. All-New Mac App Store Since its launch in 2011, the Mac App Store has transformed the way users download and install software for the Mac, and today it remains the single most extensive catalog of Mac apps in the world. In macOS Mojave, the Mac AppStore gets a complete redesign with a new look and rich editorial content that makes it easy to find the right Mac app. The new design highlights new and updated apps in the Discover tab, while tabs for Create, Work, Play and Develop help users find apps for a specific project or purpose. Some apps from top developers are also coming soon to the Mac App Store, including Office from Microsoft, Lightroom CC from Adobe and more. As always, users can download apps from the Mac App Store with confidence that Apple has approved them for safety and security. Privacy and Security As with all Apple software updates, enhanced privacy and security remain a top priority in macOS Mojave. In Safari, enhanced Intelligent Tracking Prevention helps block social media “Like” or “Share” buttons and comment widgets from tracking users without permission. Safari now also presents simplified system information when users browse the web, preventing them from being monitored based on their system configuration. Safari now also automatically creates, autofill and stores secure passwords when users create new online accounts and flags reused passwords so users can change them. New data protections require apps to get user permission before using the Mac camera and microphone or accessing personal data like user Mail history and Messages database. Sneak Peek of Developer Framework for Mac Apps The News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home apps were brought to Mac using iOS frameworks that have been adapted to macOS. Starting in late 2019, these additional frameworks will make it easier for developers to bring their iOS apps to macOS — providing new opportunities for developers and creating more apps for Mac users to enjoy. Other New Features Screenshots deliver new on-screen controls for easy access to every screenshot option and new video recording capabilities. A streamlined workflow enables easy screenshot sharing without cluttering the desktop. Continuity Camera allows Mac users to take a picture or scan a document nearby with their iPhone or iPad and have it appear instantly on their Mac. Markup tools are now integrated into Finder, Quick Look and Screenshots, making it fast and efficient to add comments to content and share with others. Download macOS Mojave
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Apple previewed macOS High Sierra on June 5, 2017, the latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, delivering new core storage, video, and graphics technologies that pave the way for future innovation on the Mac. macOS High Sierra offers an all-new file system, support for High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) and an update to Metal, Apple’s advanced graphics technology that powers everything from machine-learning to virtual reality content creation. macOS High Sierra also includes some refinements to the apps Mac users enjoy every day, including Photos, Safari and Mail. “macOS High Sierra delivers important forward-looking technologies and new opportunities for developers wanting to tap into the power of machine-learning and create immersive VR content on the Mac,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “The core technology innovations in macOS High Sierra, combined with our advances in hardware, will continue to push the Mac forward in exciting new ways.” Powerful New System Technologies Apple File System Apple File System (APFS) features enhanced performance, security, and reliability of data and provides a foundation for future storage innovations. An advanced architecture optimized for today’s massive storage technologies. APFS makes standard operations such as copying files and directories instantaneous, helps protect data from power outages and system crashes and keeps files safe and secure with native encryption. macOS High Sierra also maintains complete read-and-write compatibility with previously formatted HFS drives and data and is designed to accommodate future advancements in storage technology. High-Efficiency Video Coding Support for industry-standard HEVC (H.265) enables video streaming and playback of 4K video files at an incredible quality that is also up to 40 percent smaller than with the current H.264 standard. With HEVC, Apple is enabling high-quality video streaming on networks where only HD streaming was previously possible, while hardware acceleration on the new iMac and MacBook Pro deliver incredibly fast and power-efficient HEVC encoding and editing. Metal 2 Metal is the fastest, most efficient way to tap into GPU power on the Mac. Metal 2 features a clean API and improved performance that help developers accelerate their apps. It adds support for machine-learning used in speech recognition, natural language processing, and computer vision. The combination of Thunderbolt 3 and Metal 2 allows the most demanding users to access powerful external GPUs. An External Graphics Developer Kit gives developers all the hardware and software they need to optimize their apps. Virtual Reality Drawing on the performance of Metal 2 and the latest Mac hardware, macOS High Sierra adds support for VR content creation for the first time, enabling developers to create immersive gaming, 3D and VR content on the Mac. Leading VR companies are joining Apple to drive VR innovation on the Mac with features coming later this year. Valve is optimizing their SteamVR platform for macOS and enabling connection of the HTC Vive headset, while Unity and Epic are bringing their VR development tools to macOS. Also later this year, Final Cut Pro X will add support for professional 360-degree workflows with the ability to import, edit and export 360-degree video. Photos Photos make it easier than ever to organize, manage and edit your photos. Photos in macOS High Sierra adds a new always-on sidebar that presents albums and organization tools. A redesigned Edit view includes powerful new tools like Curves, for fine-tuning of color and contrast, and Selective Color, for making adjustments within a defined color range. Live Photos can now be edited with fun effects, and Memories curates user photos and videos around several new topics. Photos now support external editors, so Photoshop, Pixelmator, and other apps can launch directly within Photos, with edits saved back to the Photos library. Moreover, for the first time, support for third-party project extensions gives users access to printing and publishing services, such as Animoto, ifolor, Shutterfly, WhiteWall, and Wix, from right within the Photos app. Additional App Refinements: Safari can automatically use Reader to open articles in a clean, uncluttered format, while Autoplay Blocking stops media with audio from automatically playing in the browser. Intelligent Tracking Prevention in Safari uses machine-learning to identify and remove the tracking data that advertisers employ to follow users’ web activity. Mail search gets faster and more comfortable with Top Hits, which puts the most relevant results at the top of a user’s message list. Siri on the Mac responds with a natural and more expressive voice, and when using Apple Music, it learns music preferences, creates custom playlists and answers music trivia. Notes add simple tables, where a user can type in cells, make edits and move rows and columns. Spotlight provides flight status information, including departure and arrival times, delays, gates, terminals and even a map of the flight path. iCloud File Sharing lets users share any file stored in iCloud Drive and collaborate with other people. Download macOS High Sierra
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    Download macOS Big Sur without the need of Mac or Mac App Store, You can use this dmg image to create a bootable version of macOS Big Sur Installer USB Pen Drive from Windows, Linux & Mac. The resulting macOS Big Sur Installerpen drive can be used to Install, Reinstall or Upgrade to Big Sur on a Mac. macOS Big Sur is the 17th major release of macOS. Apple's 2020 Operating System for Desktop Computers. MacOS is known as Macintosh OS, The Operating system used in Mac Computers made by Apple. macOS Big Sur was announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on June 22, 2020, macOS Big Sur was released to the public on November 12, 2020. The all-new Safari. It’s love at first site. Safari is the best way to surf the web on all your Apple devices for anything like streaming, searching, or just browsing. Safari has brought back with brand-new customization options, improves on industry leading performance with battery life imporvements, and features to protect your privacy. Privacy Report Safari's built in Intelligent Tracking Prevention to identify trackers and helps prevent them from profiling or following you all across the web. Click the Privacy Report button in your Safari toolbar for an instant view of the cross site trackers Safari has prevented you from profiling you on that web page. Weekly Privacy Report is shown on your start page and details how Safari protects your browsing across all the websites you visit. Redesigned Maps. Maps was Updated to make the most of your big desktop display. Maps on Mac makes trip planning easy and fast. New features let you easily research destinations in advance and find new ways to navigate take the guesswork out of getting there. Faster updates Once macOS Big Sur is installed, software updates begin in the background and finish faster than before making easier than ever to keep your Mac up to date. AirPods automated device switching AirPods switch between your active devices paired to the same iCloud account which makes it even easier to use them with your Apple devices without hassle. Photos Editing Create standout photos with expanded editing capabilities, including an improved Retouch tool powered by machine learning. HomeKit Secure Video notifications Cameras that support HomeKit Secure Video can now take advantage of Face Recognition and Activity Zones, allowing you to tailor notifications to specific people or specific areas in your camera’s view. macOS can be downloadable through Mac App Store, but this Installer is direct downloadable and the file is bootable itself, You can restore this image to a pen drive and quickly start Installing. This image is dmg which is equivalent to ISO format in windows.
  9. Version Final Version - Updated

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    Download macOS Catalina without the need of Mac or Mac AppStore, You can use this dmg image to create a bootable version of macOS Catalina Installer USB Pen Drive from Windows, Linux even Mac. The resulting USB can be used to Install, Reinstall or Upgrade to Catalina. macOS Catalina gives you more of everything you love about Mac. Experience music, TV, and podcasts in three all-new Mac apps. Enjoy your favorite iPad apps now on your Mac. Extend your workspace and expand your creativity with iPad and Apple Pencil. And discover smart new features in the apps you use every day. Now you can take everything you do above and beyond. Music, TV, and podcasts take center stage: iTunes forever changed the way people experienced music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. It all changes again with three all-new, dedicated apps — Music, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts — each designed from the ground up to be the best way to enjoy entertainment on your Mac. And rest assured; everything you had in your iTunes library is still accessible in each app. iCloud seamlessly syncs everything across your devices — or you can back up, restore, and sync by connecting the device directly to your Mac. Presenting Apple Music on Mac: The new Music app is the ultimate music streaming experience on Mac.Explore a library of 50 million songs, discover new artists and tracks, find the perfect playlist, or listen to all the music you’ve collected over the years. And find it all in your music library on all your devices. Apple TV. Premiering on Mac: The Apple TV app for Mac is the new home for all your favorite movies, shows, premium channels, and — coming soon — Apple TV+. Watch everything directly in the app while you discover the best of what’s on in the Watch Now tab. You can even pick up where you left off on any screen, across all your devices. And for the first time, 4K2 and Dolby Atmos3–supported movies are available on Mac. Listen up. Podcasts on Mac: More than 700,000 of the best entertainment, comedy, news, and sports shows are now available on your Mac with Apple Podcasts. Search for podcasts by title, topic, guest, host, and more. Subscribe and be notified as soon as new episodes become available. And in the Listen Now tab, you can easily pick up where you left off across all your devices. The apps you love, Right on your Mac: Experience your favorite iPad apps coming soon to Mac. Now developers can easily create Mac apps from the iPad apps you already know and love. They run natively alongside your existing Mac apps so you can drag and drop content between them. And take full advantage of the larger screen and powerful architecture of your Mac to provide a seamless experience across your devices. Enjoy a broad range of Mac apps, with everything from travel, entertainment, and gaming to banking, education, and project management.
  10. Version Final Version - Updated

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    macOS Mojave is the fifteenth major release of macOS, Apple Inc's desktop operating system for Macintosh computers. The successor to macOS High Sierra, it was announced at WWDC 2018 on June 4, 2018. It brings several iOS apps to the desktop including Apple News, Voice Memos, and Home introduces a Dark Mode and is the final version of macOS to support 32-bit apps. macOS Mojave Requirements: Mac with Metal API Support MacBook: early-2015 or newer MacBook Pro: mid-2012 or newer MacBook Air: mid-2012 or newer Mac Mini: late-2012 or newer iMac: late-2012 or newer iMac Pro: late-2017 or newer Mac Pro: late-2013 or later, plus mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with recommended Metal-capable GPU MacOS Mojave delivers new features inspired by its most powerful users, but designed for everyone. Stay focused on your work using Dark Mode. Organize your desktop using Stacks. Experience four new built-in apps. And discover new apps in the reimagined Mac App Store.
 Dark Mode • Experience a dramatic new look for your Mac that puts your content front and center while controls recede into the background. • Enjoy new app designs that are easier on your eyes in dark environments.
 Desktop • View an ever-changing desktop picture with Dynamic Desktop. • Automatically organize your desktop files by kind, date, or tag using Stacks. • Capture stills and video of your screen using the new Screenshot utility.
 Finder • Find your files visually using large previews in Gallery View. • See full metadata for all file types in the Preview pane. • Rotate an image, create a PDF, and more — right in the Finder using Quick Actions. • Mark up and sign PDFs, crop images, and trim audio and video files using Quick Look.
 Continuity Camera • Photograph an object or scan a document nearby using your iPhone, and it automatically appears on your Mac. 
 Mac App Store • Browse handpicked apps in the new Discover, Create, Work, and Play tabs. • Discover the perfect app and make the most of those you have with stories, curated collections, and videos.
 iTunes • Search with lyrics to find a song using a few of the words you remember. • Start a personalized station of any artist’s music from the enhanced artist pages. • Enjoy the new Friends Mix, a playlist of songs your friends are listening to.
 Safari • Block Share and Like buttons, comment widgets, and embedded content from tracking you without your permission with enhanced Intelligent Tracking Prevention. • Prevent websites from tracking your Mac using a simplified system profile that makes you more anonymous online.
 Apple News • Read Top Stories selected by Apple News editors, trending stories popular with readers, and a customized feed created just for you. • Keep your favorite topics, channels, and saved stories up to date on your Mac and iOS devices. 
 Stocks • Create a customized watchlist and view interactive charts that sync across your Mac and iOS devices. • Browse business news driving the markets curated by Apple News editors.
 Voice Memos • Make audio recordings, listen to them as you work with other apps, or use them in a podcast, song, or video. • Access audio clips from your iPhone on your Mac using iCloud. 
 Home • Organize and control all of your HomeKit accessories from your desktop. • Receive real-time notifications from your home devices while you work.
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    macOS High Sierra is the fourteenth major release of macOS, Apple Inc.'s desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. The successor to macOS Sierra, it was announced at WWDC 2017 on June 5, 2017. The name "High Sierra" refers to the High Sierra region in California. As with Snow Leopard, Mountain Lion and El Capitan, the name also alludes to its status as a refinement of its predecessor, focused on performance improvements and technical updates rather than user features. Among the apps with notable changes are Photos and Safari. macOS High Sierra System requirements macOS High Sierra requires at least 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage space and will run on:[6] iMac: Late 2009 or newer MacBook and MacBook Retina: Late 2009 or newer MacBook Pro: Mid 2010 or newer MacBook Air: Late 2010 or newer Mac Mini: Mid 2010 or newer Mac Pro: Mid 2010 or newer HEVC hardware acceleration requires a Mac with a sixth-generation Intel processor or newer: iMac: late 2015 27" or newer, 2017 21.5" or newer MacBook: early 2016 or newer MacBook Pro: late 2016 or newer New technologies at the heart of the system make your Mac more reliable, capable, and responsive — and lay the foundation for future innovations. macOS High Sierra also refines the features and apps you use every day. It’s macOS at its highest level yet. Easily organize, edit and view your photos in Photos. Make short videos from your Live Photos using new Loop and Bounce effects. Easily locate and organize your content with the new sidebar. Conveniently access all of your editing tools in the redesigned Edit View. Fine-tune color and contrast in your photos with new Curves and Selective Color tools. Access third-party apps directly from Photos and save the edited images back to your Photos library. Rediscover images from your library with new Memories themes including pets, weddings, outdoor activities, and more. Create printed photo products and more using new third-party project extensions. Improve your browsing experience with Safari. Stop web video with audio from playing automatically. Prevent websites and ad networks from tracking your browsing with Intelligent Tracking Prevention. Customize your browsing experience with new per-site settings for Reader, page zoom, content blockers, and more. Enjoy refinements in Mail. Instantly find the messages most relevant to your search using Top Hits. Use Split View when composing new email in full screen. Save space on your Mac with compressed messages. Look up flight information in Spotlight. Check the status of a flight by typing the airline and flight number in the Spotlight search field. Collect your thoughts with Notes. Organize your information using configurable tables. Pin your favorite notes so they’re always at the top of the list. Capture a moment in FaceTime. Take a Live Photo during a video call to any supported Mac, iPhone, or iPad. Get music suggestions from a more natural-sounding Siri. Hear more variations in intonation, emphasis, and tempo when Siri responds to you. Enjoy personalized music recommendations from Siri when you listen to Apple Music. Copy and paste files from one Mac to another with Universal Clipboard. Copy and paste files between your Macs using standard copy and paste commands. Safely store your family data in iCloud. Share a single iCloud storage plan with your family and keep everyone’s data backed up and safely stored. Set up your family with a few clicks and add capabilities when needed. Work together with iCloud Drive. Share and work on any file in iCloud Drive with other people so it is always be up to date with the latest edits. Upgrade the performance, reliability, and security of your Mac with the new Apple File System. Update to a new file system architecture designed for all-flash Macs. Experience greater responsiveness when performing common tasks like duplicating a file and finding the size of a folder. Enjoy faster and more reliable backups. Protect your entire drive with built-in native encryption for greater security. Step up to the new standard for 4K video: HEVC. Create and watch high-resolution video with High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), which uses up to 40 percent less space without sacrificing quality. Enjoy next-generation graphics and computation with Metal 2. Get the most out of the graphics capabilities of your Mac with the new and improved version of Metal. Discover immersive tools for content creation with support for virtual reality. Build state-of-the-art apps with features that accelerate common machine-learning functions. Some features may not be available in all regions or all languages. Some features require an iCloud storage plan. Some features have hardware requirements. Apple File System requires all-flash internal storage.
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    macOS Sierra is the thirteenth major release of macOS, Apple Inc's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. The successor to OS X El Capitan, it is the first version of the operating system issued under the June 2016 rebranding as macOS. Sierra is named after California's Sierra Nevada mountain range. The mountain in the default desktop picture is Lone Pine Peak . Its major new features concern Continuity , iCloud , and windowing, as well as support for Apple Pay and Siri. macOS Sierra System requirements: macOS Sierra requires at least 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage space and will run on:[6] iMac: Late 2009 or newer MacBook and MacBook Retina: Late 2009 or newer MacBook Pro: Mid 2010 or newer MacBook Air: Late 2010 or newer Mac Mini: Mid 2010 or newer Mac Pro: Mid 2010 or newer More Information Siri makes its debut on Mac, with new features designed just for the desktop. Your Mac works with iCloud and your Apple devices in smart new ways, and intelligent capabilities make your photos, music, and messaging even more enjoyable.

 Get things done by asking Siri, the intelligent assistant now on your Mac. • Enjoy your favorite features from iOS as well as new ones optimized for Mac. • Send messages, create reminders, search the web, and more while you work. • Drag and drop or copy and paste Siri results into your documents. • Pin Siri results in Notification Center and reference them later. • Find files, adjust settings, and get system information just by asking Siri.

 Copy and paste between your devices with Universal Clipboard. • Copy a quote, image, or video from an app on one device and paste it into an app on another device. Automatically log in with Auto Unlock. • Log in to your Mac automatically when you wear your Apple Watch — no need to type your password. Enjoy the convenience and security of Apple Pay when you shop on the web. • Use Apple Pay to make easy, secure payments when shopping in Safari on your Mac. • Complete your purchase with Touch ID on your iPhone or with your Apple Watch. Access files on your Mac desktop from your iPhone with iCloud Desktop and Documents. • Automatically store all the files on your desktop and in your Documents folder in iCloud, and access them from all your devices. • Keep the same desktop and Documents folder on your other Mac.

Easily free up space on your Mac with Optimized Storage. • Automatically store seldom-used files in iCloud, where they’ll be available on demand. • Additional tools help you remove files you don’t need, to save even more space. Get control of your desktop with tabs in apps. • Use tabs to manage multiple windows in Maps, Pages, Keynote, Numbers, and more. • Work with tabs in your favorite third-party apps — no developer adoption required. Keep an eye on the big game or your favorite video with Picture in Picture. • Float a video window from Safari or iTunes over your desktop as you work. • Place the Picture in Picture window in any corner, and it stays put when you switch spaces or work in full screen. Rediscover the most meaningful moments in your Photos library. • Enjoy favorite and forgotten occasions from your photo library with Memories. • View your images by who’s in them. Photos uses advanced face recognition technology to automatically group photos of the same person together. • Search your photos by what’s in them, such as beaches, dogs, or concerts, thanks to intelligent search that can recognize objects and scenes. • Track your photo expeditions across an interactive world map.
 Enjoy an all-new Apple Music experience in iTunes. • Easily navigate your library with the redesigned Apple Music. • Discover great new music thanks to expert curation and advanced machine-learning that give you the best recommendations. Liven up your Messages conversations. • See web content previews and watch web videos right in a conversation. • Respond to messages with quick, handy Tapbacks. • Express yourself with 3x larger emoji. • View the stickers, Digital Touch, invisible ink, and handwritten messages that friends send from their iOS devices.

 Some features may not be available in all regions or all languages. Some features have hardware requirements. Some features require an iCloud storage plan.
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    OS X El Capitan (version 10.11) is the twelfth major release of OS X (now named macOS), Apple Inc.'s desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. It is the successor to OS X Yosemite and focuses mainly on performance, stability, and security. Following the Northern California landmark-based naming scheme introduced with OS X Mavericks, El Capitan was named after a rock formation in Yosemite National Park, signifying its goal to be a refined version of Yosemite. El Capitan is the final version to be released under the name OS X; its successor, Sierra, was announced as macOS Sierra. General Requirements OS X v10.6.8 or later 2GB of memory 8.8GB of available storage Some features require an Apple ID; terms apply. Some features require a compatible Internet service provider; fees may apply. Mac Hardware Requirements For details about your Mac model, click the Apple icon at the top left of your screen, choose About This Mac, then choose More Info. These Mac models are compatible with OS X El Capitan: MacBook (Early 2015) MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer) MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer) Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer) iMac (Mid 2007 or newer) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer) Xserve (Early 2009) Feature Requirements Handoff and Instant Hotspot Supported by the following Mac models: MacBook (Early 2015) MacBook Pro (2012 or newer) MacBook Air (2012 or newer) Mac mini (2012 or newer) iMac (2012 or newer) Mac Pro (Late 2013)
  14. On September 20, 2016, Apple announced that macOS Sierra , the latest major release of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, is now available as a free update. macOS Sierra brings Siri to the Mac with intelligent and helpful features users know and love from the iPhone and iPad, along with all-new capabilities designed specifically for use on the desktop. Features like Universal Clipboard, iCloud Desktop and Documents, Auto Unlock and Apple Pay on the web help your Mac work even better with other Apple devices. Photos gets an update with a new Memories feature that automatically creates curated collections of your favorite photos and videos. Siri on the Mac can help send messages and email, find documents, look up information, search a user’s photo library, adjust system preferences and more. Users can also drag and drop Siri results into documents or pin them into their Today view for later reference. Universal Clipboard allows users to copy content from an app on one Apple device and paste it into another app on a different Apple device. With iCloud Desktop and Documents, users can now access the files on their Desktop from iPhone and iPad. And Auto Unlock lets users automatically log into their Mac when they are wearing an authenticated Apple Watch. Apple Pay on the web makes the online shopping experience in Safari more convenient and secure than ever. Shoppers can now click the Apple Pay button at checkout on nearly 300,000 participating websites, including 1-800-Flowers, Gilt, Instacart, Lululemon, Warby Parker and more, and then complete their purchase with Touch ID on iPhone 6 or later or with Apple Watch. User's credit or debit card information is not shared with online merchants and strong encryption protects all communication between a user’s device and Apple Pay servers. Photos introduces Memories, which highlights favorite and forgotten moments in users’ photo libraries by automatically creating curated collections of occasions like birthday parties or family vacations. Photos uses advanced computer vision to identify faces, objects, and scenes in your images, so photos can be searched by who and what is in them. An all-new Brilliance editing tool brightens dark areas and pulls in highlights to make photos look richer and more vibrant. Messages make conversations more interesting, allowing users to preview web links and play video clips from right within the app; respond to messages with a Tapback like a heart, thumbs up and more directly onto a message bubble, and send bigger emoji for more message impact. Tabs are now available across Mac apps that support multiple windows, including Maps, Mail, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, TextEdit, and even third-party apps. The picture in Picture floats video from Safari or iTunes in a window over the desktop. The window can be resized, dragged and pinned to any corner of the screen so users can watch video while they work. Optimized Storage frees up space when a Mac starts getting full by storing infrequently used items in the cloud and helping users remove apps and files they no longer need. Apple Music in iTunes makes it even easier to discover new music and browse exclusives and new releases. Download macOS Sierra
  15. On September 29, 2015, Apple announced that OS X El Capitan, the latest major release of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, will be available on Wednesday, September 30 as a free update for Mac users. El Capitan builds on the groundbreaking features and beautiful design of OS X Yosemite, refining the Mac experience with updates to window management, built-in apps, and Spotlight search, and performance improvements to make everyday activities — like launching and switching apps, opening PDFs and accessing email — faster and more responsive. “People love using their Macs, and one of the biggest reasons is the power and ease-of-use of OS X,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “El Capitan refines the Mac experience and improves performance in a lot of little ways that make a huge difference. Feedback from our OS X beta program has been incredibly positive, d we think customers are going to love their Macs even more with El Capitan.” Refinements to the Mac Experience El Capitan gives you simpler and smarter ways to do the things you do most with your Mac. A streamlined Mission Control makes it easier to see and organize everything you have open on your Mac. With a single swipe, Mission Control arranges all your windows in a single layer so you can find the window you need even faster. When your desktop gets crowded, simply drag a window to the top of your screen to create a new Space and spread out your work. And the new Split View feature automatically positions two app windows side-by-side in full screen so you can work with both apps without distraction. Spotlight gets even smarter in El Capitan. You can now use Spotlight to check stock prices, weather conditions and forecasts, sports scores, schedules and standings, and even athlete information. You can also search with Spotlight to find a file using natural language. Simply type “email from Harrison in April” or “presentation I worked on yesterday” and Spotlight will help you find exactly what you are looking for. You can resize the Spotlight window to display more results or move it anywhere on your desktop. OS X built-in apps are even better in El Capitan. Safari now features Pinned Sites to keep your favorite websites open and active and a new mute button to quickly silence browser audio from any tab. Mail introduces Smart Suggestions, which recognizes names or events in a Mail message and prompts you to add them to your contacts or calendar with a single click. You can also swipe to delete messages, just like in iOS, and juggle multiple emails while Mail is in full screen. In Photos, you can now edit locations, batch change descriptions, sort albums by date or title, and take editing to the next level with third-party editing extensions from your favorite developers. El Capitan features an all-new Notes app. that lets you drag and drop photos, PDFs, videos and other files into a note, and add content directly from other apps, such as Safari web links or Maps locations, using the Share menu. Easy-to-create checklists help you keep track of important to-do items, and the new Attachments Browser organizes your attachments in one simple view, making it easy to find what you are looking for. With iCloud®, your notes stay in sync so you can create notes on one device and edit them or check off items on your other devices. Improvements to System Performance  OS X El Capitan improves system performance across your Mac, making many of the things you do every day faster and more responsive. Metal, Apple’s groundbreaking graphics technology, accelerates Core Animation and Core Graphics to boost system-level rendering by up to 50 percent, and efficiency by up to 40 percent, resulting in faster graphics performance for everyday apps. Metal also takes full advantage of your CPU and GPU, delivering up to 10 times faster draw call performance for a richer, more fluid experience in games and pro apps. El Capitan also features enhanced international language support, including a new Chinese system font for both Traditional and Simplified, with 50,000 beautifully designed characters for crisp on-screen readability. Chinese keyboard input methods now offer regularly updated vocabulary lists and a smarter candidate window. El Capitan makes entering Japanese text faster by automatically transforming Hiragana into written Japanese and reducing the need to individually select and confirm word conversions. You can now also select the perfect font for your documents using four new Japanese typefaces. Pricing & Availability OS X El Capitan is available as a free update starting Wednesday, September 30 from the Mac App Store. El Capitan supports all Macs introduced in 2009 and later, and some models introduced in 2007 and 2008. Testing conducted by Apple in August 2015 using 2.7GHz Intel Core i5–based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with 128GB of flash storage and 8GB of RAM. Tested with prerelease OS X v10.11. Not all features are available on all devices. Performance will vary based on system configuration, application workload, and other factors. Download OS X EL Capitan
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