Developers can now submit macOS apps with Big Sur support to the App Store

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In a new post on its website today Apple announced that developers can now begin to submit Mac apps to the App Store with support for macOS Big Sur, which officially launches on November 12th. As the post reads:

Submit your apps built for macOS Big Sur today. You can submit Universal apps built with Xcode 12.2 that take full advantage of Apple silicon Macs. Your apps will look better than ever on macOS Big Sur, thanks to an all-new interface that’s been finely tuned for the powerful features that make a Mac a Mac. New widget features and the new widget gallery can make your app visible at a glance. And much more. Build your apps with Xcode 12.2 Release Candidate, update your product pages, and submit your apps for review today.

Apple finalized macOS Big Sur’s launch today alongside the release of a brand new 13-inch MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a surprise update to the Mac mini. Check out our coverage of the event here.

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