Apple announced the new name for the operating system of the Mac: Know macOS Big Sur.
macOS Big Sur corresponds to version 11 of the operating system that Apple announced on Monday 22 June for the inaugural conference of the conference of developers. The new name maintains the influence in california that Apple first started using it several years ago and that has given way to names such as Yosemite, The Captain, and Catalina.
In addition to keeping the names californians, macOS Big Sur will override macOS Catalina, a released version from last year. Big Sur is a mountainous coastline of California about two and a half hours of San Francisco and is a very popular place and a crowded tourist site in the state.
Apple began to use names influenced by California since 2013. The first operating system with this type of names was OS X Mavericks. From Mavericks came to Yosemite, The Captain, and, from that version, Apple also changed the name of the operating systems to stop using “OS X” and go to the now well-known “macOS”. From step to macOS have been released four versions, five with Big Sur.