macOS Big Sur launches with a big redesign – Crumpe


WWDC 2020 came much later than expected this year, and the event is streamed only online for the first time. It’s all thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic that stopped the world in its tracks for several months. Apple wasn’t an exception to that rule. If anything, Apple was quick to act, issuing policy changes for its stores in real-time, creating its own visor design for health workers, setting-up a COVID-19 symptoms app, and partnering with Google for a monumental effort, a privacy-guarding joint contact-tracing system.

All the while, Apple worked on its upcoming products, including its software announcements scheduled for WWDC. We’ll never know what exciting features may have been pulled from the event, but we do know that the macOS Big Sur part of it is ready, as Apple just introduced it.

“This year we’re taking the macOS experience you love even further,” said Craig Federighi on Apple’s virtual WWDC stage before revealing the name of the new Mac operating system. It’s Big Sur, and Big Sur is big on design. Specifically, Big Sur is about making the Mac look and feel a lot more like iOS. And a look at it will suffice to make it clear. We need this feature to unify the overall computing experience between the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.


Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he’s not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.




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