Are you an Apple Macbook user? If yes!! you must have a red dot notification badge for system updates in your settings preferences icon. That is a MacOs The Big Sur upgrade message for your MacBook. The total size for the upgrade is about 12.2GB. Apple announced macOS the Big Sur upgrade at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 22, 2020, and was released to the public on November 12, 2020, the successor to macOS Catalina (version 10.15).
The main problem is whenever I try to download the upgrade, it stops and shows an error after a while stating that “Installation failed An error occurred while installing the selected updates”. I have a slow internet connection as well as low bandwidth or some bug issues so that I cannot upgrade my MacBook.
To solve this issue and upgrade my MacBook from macOS Catalina to the Big Sur, I searched everything on google and read every article, I found the best and easiest solution. The simple trick is we will not download upgrades by system upgrades. We must download the upgrades to macOS Big Sur from the link provided.
Let’s install the package which is the same package that of system upgrades of 12.2GB. The downloaded package is saved in the Downloads folder. Double-clicking it to open and install, drag it to the Applications folder. Again, open the applications folder and double click to open the installed package. The setup runs and installs the upgrades. It may take about 30 minutes to complete the installations of upgrades.
Wow now, your system is running in the latest macOS the Big Sur (version 10.15). Enjoy the latest upgrade and its features. You can download the full macOS Big Sur installer directly from Apple’s servers via Safari. The bonus tip is that downloading via the folx downloader app on the MacBook desktop is easy and you can pause the download as well so that you can resume it anytime.
Download link: Click Here