- Nov 18, 2009
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- HD 630
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
This week at WWDC Apple previewed the next major revision to its macOS operating system, macOS 10.15 Catalina. In addition to increased performance and security, improvements to the operating system include new core applications. iTunes has been split into Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and for the first time on Mac, the Apple TV app. Other previewed features are Sidecar, with which users can easily pair an iPad as a second screen or input device. A Developer Preview version will be available immediately for registered Apple Developers, with a Public Beta expected in July.
The developer preview of macOS Catalina is now available to Mac Developer Program members. To help make macOS even better, Apple is also providing a macOS Public Beta Program, which gives customers early access to macOS Catalina and invites them to try out the release and submit their feedback. Mac users can participate in the Apple Beta Software Program for macOS Catalina this July and download the final version for free from the Mac App Store this fall.
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