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New MacOS Malware Discovered - Dark Reading Jul 02, 2019 macOS Big Sur elevates the most advanced desktop operating system in the world to a new level of power and beauty. Experience Mac to the fullest with a refined new design. Enjoy the biggest Safari update ever. Discover new features for Maps and Messages. And get even more transparency around your privacy. Coming this fall. Watch the keynote Find My. The new Find My app combines Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single, easy-to-use app that’s now available on the Mac. Use it to locate your friends and family, share your location, and find missing devices—even if they’re offline.

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Jun 03, 2020 · With Apple’s virtual WWDC coming up on the horizon, we may hear more on the new features by the end of the month. Or it could be more preparatory work that will allow MacOS to run on the current Jul 16, 2020 · However, with the new macOS 10.15 boasting new features such as the Apple Music, TV and Podcasts apps (formerly iTunes), Sidecar and Voice Control, Apple could have used the opportunity to show Apple has finally injected the Mac with new life as part of a radical overhaul and feature set infusion set to arrive with macOS Big Sur. We took the first beta for a spin to see how it all plays out. 1 day ago · A new report suggests a game-changing new feature could be coming to the Mac very soon. AFP via Getty Images. Apple’s upcoming macOS Big Sur comes with a bunch of exciting new features Jun 22, 2020 · macOS: A Refreshed Interface, Plus Control Center. In Big Sur, Apple has dramatically streamlined the overall feel of macOS, simplifying toolbars, buttons, and menus in all of its apps, including Finder. There’s a new translucent menu bar, a refreshed dock, and redesigned app icons. Jun 29, 2020 · Is Vindinstaller a new macOS Malware? No, VindInstaller has been around for some years, but what the previous researchers found was an adaptation of the increasingly-common use of shell scripts, first used by Shlayer malware and later by Bundlore, to install old malware and evade detection by legacy AV and signature-based security solutions.