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ID-cards work without issues on the upcoming macOS version 11 (Big Sur)

On 15 October 2020, Apple released the beta version of the new macOS (Big Sur), which resolved the issue with using ID-cards that occurred in previous beta versions of Big Sur.

The Information System Authority has tested the ID software with the newest beta version of the new macOS (Big Sur) and found that Apple has now fixed the issue.

Apple will fully release the macOS version 11 (Big Sur) this autumn.

Kertu Kärk
Head of Communications
+372 5850 9665
kertu.kark [at]

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