The macOS 11.0 Big Sur Public Beta is now available. Apple wants as many users as possible to test macOS Big Sur to provide constructive feedback before the official release later this fall. To participate in the free Public Beta, you must enroll in the Apple Beta Software Program using your Apple ID.
Today Apple released macOS 10.15.6 Update, a major software update to macOS Catalina. Update any supported system using the built-in Software Update functionality through the System Preferences pane or by using the standalone installer available from Apple.com.
Today at WWDC Apple previewed the next major revision to its macOS operating system, macOS 11.0 Big Sur. This version of macOS will be the first to support Apple Silicon, or ARM CPUs. macOS Big Sur also features a redesigned look and feel reminiscent of iOS, enhanced core apps, new notifications system, Dashboard-style widgets. A Developer Preview version will be available immediately for registered Apple Developers, with a Public Beta expected in July.
Intel’s new 10th Generation CPUs and 400 Series Motherboards have just been released, and are in early testing stages. If you're building a CustoMac, Intel's 9th Generation CPUs and 300 Series Motherboards is the current established recommendation for well documented compatibility. Please refer to the current Buyer's Guide.
MultiBeast, the ultimate post-installation utility, has been updated to version 12.3.0 for macOS Catalina. MultiBeast is an all-in-one post-installation utility designed to enable boot from a hard drive. It also features a collection of drivers and customization options.
UniBeast has been updated to version 10.3.0 for macOS Catalina. This tool creates a bootable USB drive from your Mac App Store purchased copy of macOS. The resulting USB drive allows for a clean install, upgrade or use as a rescue boot drive.