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macOS Big Sur: The End of OS X

Big Sur is officially macOS 11.0

“End of an Era”

Apple previewed macOS Big Sur in its Online WWDC 2020 Keynote. Big Sur is a familiar yet different macOS. With this edition of macOS, Apple finally leaves OS X behind. Apple is now finally moving towards macOS 11.0 with after almost 20 years.

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Abhinav Chandoli

Abhinav Chandoli

I Write about Tech, Science, and Productivity — how they help us in our lives. 2x Top Productivity & Technology Writer. Contact: abhinavchandoli2@gmail.com

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