Apple also distributed macOS Big Sur 11.2 in the RC version to the developers this evening. This update will solve various problems, including the new M1 Macs. It should appear for all users within the next week.
Apple also made the release candidate of macOS Big Sur 11.2 available to the developers this evening. The update can now be initiated as usual via the software update area in the system settings.
Previously, Apple already had the release candidate for iOS 14.4 / iPadOS 14.4, watchOS 7.3 and tvOS 14.4 distributed to the developers. The final update for all users should be identical to these versions and will probably appear within the next week.
macOS Big Sur 11.2 fixes several issues
According to Apple, the update to macOS Big Sur addresses various issues. A connected external display could remain black when operated on an M1 Mac Mini. Editing of RAW photos in the Photos app may not have been saved. Unlocking the security settings via Touch ID or password on M1 Macs could fail and now works again.
Furthermore, the synchronization of iCloud folders could be deactivated, this bug has also been fixed. A problem related to the use of Bluetooth is also said to have been eliminated.