macOS Big Sur

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.6.4

Apple's promotional image for the macOS Big Sur software update for Mac computers

Apple's current version of macOS, Monterey, might not be everyone's cup of tea. As a result, there are certainly still some Mac users out there in the wild who are running the previous version, Big Sur, on their machine(s). In an effort to help keep those folks safe and secure while using the desktop operating system, Apple's released a software update with security fixes in tow.

Install iOS 14.8 and other Apple updates asap to protect against zero-click Messages attacks

The latest round of Apple software updates brings fixes for vulnerabilities making possible recent zero-click attacks that bypassed Apple's BlastDoor security in Messages. iOS 14.8 includes security fixes for two bugs that have been actively exploited in the wild. Do yourself a big favor and install the latest updates to close this particularly dangerous attack vector.

How to install the Hello screensaver on macOS Big Sur

Alongside the new iMac 24-inch announcement in April this year, Apple also unveiled a new 'Hello' screensaver in macOS Big Sur. The new screensaver showed off the new colors of the M1 iMac lineup. In the screensaver, the greeting 'hello' appears in bright animation and different languages. The iMac 24-inch features an all new design, and is available in seven colours.

The Hello screensaver wasn't available to all macOS Big Sur users, unless you purchased the new 24-inch iMac. If you have one of those, then you could enable the screensaver from the Display options in Settings. However, Apple did include the screensaver in macOS Big Sur, but did not enable it. In this post, you will learn how to install the Hello screensaver on your Mac.