When you run into a problem with broken Mail search, you could pull out your hair trying to fix it. Or, you could just follow these tips.
There’s nothing wrong with enjoying the comfort of old traditions, and this week’s Mac Geek Gab has three of them for you: Quick Tips, Cool Stuff Found, and your questions answered. Press play and enjoy learning five new things as John and Dave, your two favorite geeks, steward us all through this week’s episode.
Dr. Mac says, “since my first obligation is to you, gentle reader, I ignored my own advice and installed macOS Big Sur on my primary Mac a couple of days ago.” And he lived to tell the tale!
Tweetbot is a popular client for Twitter and the team recently updated it to support M1 Macs and macOS Big Sur.
Dave’s had his M1 MacBook Air for a week, and John has some questions for him! Lots more about Big Sur including your questions answered *and* some Quick Tips. Of course, MGG wouldn’t be complete without more in-depth tips, too, and y’all have been keeping the queue full in that department! Press play and enjoy learning at least five new things.
Widgets have been a feature in macOS for a while, and they again appear in Big Sur with a couple of ways to access and edit them.
Apple has released the first developer beta of macOS Big Sur 11.1, AppleInsider reported. Those enrolled in the test program can download it via the Apple Developer Center. There is an over-the-air update for devices already running beta software.
The beta is the first since Apple released macOS Big Sur to the public on November 12, in the form of macOS 11.0.1. More than ten beta builds were released in the time between Big Sur’s announcement and its eventual release, and roughly two months after Apple issued public versions of other operating systems including iOS 14. It is so far too early to determine what Apple has changed in the first beta, but it is likely to include some trial fixes for a range of launch issues.
Pixelmator Pro 2.0 is available to download on Wednesday, one day earlier than initially planned. It fully supports M1 Macs.
1Password version 7.7 introduces support for macOS Big Sur and features like Apple Watch Unlock.
One of our most highly requested features, Apple Watch can now unlock 1Password on any Mac with a Secure Enclave. If you’re using macOS 10.15 or later and using the latest devices, you’ll now see an option in 1Password preferences to turn on Unlock with Apple Watch alongside the Touch ID option.