Last Updated on August 13, 2021 by Macsoftbox
Macs user, time to get rid of bugs: Yesterday, Apple released macOS 11.5.2 new updates. We are not talking about a new beta for Monterey operating system, but an update that tries to fix the bugs reported in Big Sur.
What’s new in macOS Big Sur 11.5.2
In general, when this update is installed, which has a considerable big size, you will not notice any apparent difference. This update aims to fix several bugs that were present in the previous version.
It is known to all that Big Sur has not been an operating system that has worked well. Many users have registered critical bugs that prevented them from enjoying the macOS experience.
For all this, it is advisable to update as soon as possible to this latest version, following the path System Preferences> Software update.
Although Apple usually attaches a support document with all the bugs resolved, this time, they didn’t include any docs or instructions along with the update.
They only have been limited to informing that they fixed some bug in a general way without specifying anything.
In our experience, after installing and testing this new version for a few hours, no changes are noticed. The only thing fixed is that a strange bug present in the Safari history has disappeared. But otherwise, it is still a generation of operating systems that are entirely lacking in performance.
The arrival of macOS Monterey is coming.
Right now, these minor updates go unnoticed. We are a few weeks away from attending the launch of macOS Monterey, which is currently in a beta process so that people can test the functionalities.
A few days ago, a new beta version of macOS Monterey was released to explore bugs reported by developers and beta testers.
All of this suggests that it is doubtful that we will see the launch of macOS 11.6.
There are no new minor updates that we can report in this article. Until Monterey is released, significant security issues or bugs may appear that make the devices unusable.
Given these facts, Apple maybe wants to launch a hypothetical update that is macOS 11.5.3. But this is all something that will depend on when Monterey is released.
If we look back, the first version of Big Sur was delayed considerably due to performance having to extend macOS 10.10, which can happen this year.