Apple has announced that it will release the macOS Catalina update in October. The announcement was part of Apple’s iPhone unveiling event. That being said, the company has not revealed the exact date.
Yesterday Apple released the fourth public beta of iOS 13, iPad OS 13, and tvOS 13. Today, Apple has launched the fourth public beta for macOS Catalina. It is also worth noting that the third macOS Catalina public beta was launched two weeks ago.
Apple has released the fifth beta of macOS Catalina for developers. The fifth beta of macOS Catalina focusses on bug fixes and stability improvements. As of now no major changes or new features are reported on the new build.
Apple today released the fourth developer beta of macOS Catalina. Surprisingly, the company has not released new beta builds of iOS 13 and watchOS 6 to go along with it.
macOS Catalina Code Suggests Project Catalyst Version of Messages and Shortcuts for Mac in the Works
Using Project Catalyst, Apple has been able to port Voice Memos, News, Music, Podcasts, etc. iPad apps to the Mac. Now, Developer Steve Troughton-Smith has done some digging in macOS Catalina and found that Apple is working on Project Catalyst versions of Messages and Shortcuts for Mac app.
Alongside the second developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple also released the second developer beta of watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS Catalina.
Apple did not just kill iTunes with macOS Catalina. It also killed another relatively rarely used macOS feature: Dashboard. Apple disabled Dashboard by default in macOS starting with the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. However, the feature could always be enabled after a bit of prodding and poking in the System Preferences.