Apple today made macOS Big Sur 11.4 available to developers for the first time. This comes while Apple is still testing the macOS Big Sur 11.3 update, although that looks set to be released to the public as soon as next week.

There’s no indication right now as t o when we can expect the new macOS Big Sur 11.4 to be released, however.

Developers who want to take the update for a spin can download the required profile from the Apple developer website and then update via the normal Software Update mechanism within the System Preferences app.

We don’t yet know the full details of what macOS Big Sur 11.4 has in store for us, but it’s notable that it is already being beta tested by developers. Especially considering the fact macOS Big Sir 11.3 still hasn’t been released to the world.

We do, however, know that this new update includes support for AMD’s 6000-Series Navi GPUs but not new features or interface changes appear to have been added so far.

You can now use graphics cards based on the AMD Navi RDNA2 architecture (6800, 6800XT and 6900XT). (73709953)

This is still the first beta however, so there is plenty of time for that to change. We’d also expect the update to be made available to those on the public beta program in due course, too.

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