The content of the update and its particularity remain a mystery.
Apple is making a series of special updates. After iOS 14, it is macOS 11’s turn to be entitled to a new version intended for a handful of users. The American firm has just released a revised update of macOS 11.0.1 intended for certain machines only, reports MacRumors.
This new version numbered 20B50 – against 20B29 for the previous version – is only available for users who had not yet installed macOS 11.0.1. Those who have already installed it will therefore not be able to download the new update which is rather surprising. What exactly does this new version of macOS 11.0.1 involve? Hard to say, as is why Apple is releasing two different versions.
It is all the more difficult to imagine that the American firm can offer a fix only for some of its users. It is true that many Mac owners have reported experiencing issues while installing or using the new major update for macOS. Apple could therefore offer a new, more stable version of the operating system, but why not share it with all of its users? Again, hard to say.
We can still imagine that Apple will deliver a new corrective update to all of its users in the days and weeks to come.