Your Run-to Reference to the Core Basics of the MacOS Big Sur!
The MacOS Big Sur possesses some great features, and among them, the redesigned User Interface featuring new blurs, and establishing a visual hierarchy with an additional of a backup of the Time Machine Mechanism. You would find it so much appealing and interesting to use as a result of the newly introduced features such as its improved user interface, Dock, Control Center, Safari improvements, Maps, Message improvements, App Store Privacy Labels, AirPod Simless Device, Video Editing Features, and more.
You have the MacOS Big Sur, which is unarguably supporting other MacBooks with processors that are ARM-based, and for the very first time in 21 years, the version number of the operating system got increased from 10 to 11, receiving its name after the coastal region of Big Sur, situated at the Central Coast of California.
Introduction to MacOS Big Sur
Unboxing Your MacBook
Setting up Your MacBook
Selecting Your Wi-Fi Network
Data & Privacy
Signing In With Apple ID
Creating a Computer Account
FileVault Disk Encryption
Using Touch ID
Apple Pay Set Up
Installing Geekbench 5
Running the CPU Benchmark
Checking for Disk Speed
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Using the Touch Bar on Your MacBook
Using MacOS Keyboard Shortcuts
Keeping your MacBook Updated
Connecting Apple devices together
Picking Up Where You Left off With Handoff on your MacBook
Inserting Scans & Photos with Continuity Camera on the MacBook
Making & Receiving Phone Calls in FaceTime on the MacBook
You can’t wait to become an expert in using your MacBook with the
MacOS Big Sur operating system.
Controlling Home accessories on Your MacBook
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