Apple Launched First Public Beta of macOS Catalina

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Yesterday, Apple launched the first public beta of macOS 10.15 Catalina. Now public beta users can try macOS Catalina ahead of schedule, being aware of any bugs and performance issues though.

Previously, Apple reported that the macOS Catalina public beta would be available in July, however, apparently it will be released a bit earlier.

As usual, Mac users are advised to expect bugs, performance issues, and app compatibility issues alongside the early betas of macOS Catalina.

Yesterday, Apple’s beta website was down, with the company saying that it’s “busy updating the Apple Beta Software Program website and will be back soon.”

In case you’re not a macOS public beta tester yet, you can sign-up here as the website is already back online.

macOS 10.15 Catalina features multiple changes, including all-new Music, Podcasts, Books, and TV applications.

iTunes has been removed from macOS Catalina as Apple is splitting its features into those standalone applications instead.

The other changes in macOS Catalina feature a new “Find My” application, Sidecar for using your iPad as an external display, etc.

Currently, macOS Catalina is on its second developer beta.

According to the reports, the first public beta of iOS 13, is launching in July, this year.

Apple announced the company would release all of its new operating systems to the public this fall, however, they are already available on Apple’s beta website.

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