Apple launches macOS Big Sur 11.1 with AirPods Max support and App Store privacy labels

Apple today launched macOS Big Sur 11.1 to general society following a month with beta deliveries. The update adds uphold for AirPods Max, the hotly anticipated App Store privacy labels, and Apple News gadgets.

macOS 11.1 is the first significant update of Big Sur since Apple delivered macOS 11 to all clients a month ago with an upgraded interface, Control Center, new Messages application, Safari improvements, uphold for the new M1 Macs, and substantially more.

The present update adds uphold for AirPods Max, Apple’s new over-ear earphones declared a week ago. Clients can now remotely match AirPods Max with viable Macs and advantage from the Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, and Spatial sound.

With this update, clients will currently approach the App Store protection names with a definite report on what client information each application accessible on the App Store can get to. Likewise, macOS Big Sur 11.1 accompanies new Apple News gadgets, another Apple TV+ tab on the TV application, uphold for the Apple ProRAW configuration, and improvements for Macs running with the M1 chip.

You would now be able to refresh your Mac to the most recent rendition of macOS Big Sur by going to the Software Update menu in the System Preferences application.

Look at the full release notes of macOS Big Sur 11.1 below:

macOS Big Sur 11.1 presents uphold for AirPods Max, TV application upgrades, Apple News gadgets, and security data on the App Store. This delivery additionally incorporates bug fixes for your Mac.

AirPods Max

  • Support for AirPods Max, new over-ear headphones
  • High fidelity audio for rich sound
  • Versatile EQ adapts sound continuously to the individual attack of ear cushions
  • Active Noise Cancellation to shut out environmental noise
  • Transparency mode to hear the environment around you
  • Spatial audio with dynamic head following for a theater-like listening experience

Apple TV

  • An all-new Apple TV+ tab makes it simple to find and watch Apple Original shows and films
  • Upgraded search so you can browse by category, for example, genre and see recent searches to be and recommendations as you type
  • Top search items appeared with the most pertinent matches across films, TV shows, cast, channels, and sports

Apple News

  • Apple News gadgets are currently accessible in Notification Center

Application Store

  • New protection data segment on App Store pages that includes an developer-reported summary of the application’s privacy practices
  • In-game dashboard inside Arcade games prescribes new Arcade games to play

iPhone and iPad applications on Macs with M1

  • New window options for iPhone and iPad applications let you switch among landscape and portrait directions or grow a window to fill the whole screen


  • Apple ProRAW photographs can be altered in the Photos application


  • Ecosia search engine option in Safari

Air Quality

  • Accessible in Maps and Siri for areas in China territory
  • Wellbeing proposals are given in Siri to the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, India, and Mexico at certain air quality levels

This release additionally addresses the accompanying issues:

  • QuickTime Player may stop when opening a film with a timecode track in the wake of redesigning from macOS Catalina
  • Bluetooth connection status was not shown in Control Center
  • Dependability of opening your Mac consequently with your Apple Watch
  • Trackpad looking over speed might be quicker than anticipated on MacBook Pro models
  • LG UltraFine 5K Display may mistakenly show at 4K goal on Macs with M1

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