Three days after launching the tenth macOS Catalina beta and over three months after the new macOS update was first presented at the WWDC, Apple released the golden master version of macOS 10.15 Catalina to developers.
The golden master version of macOS Catalina is the final version of the update which will be launched to the public this month.
Developers can download the new macOS Catalina version by using the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences after installing the right profile from the Developer Center.
As previously reported, macOS Catalina is splitting the iTunes app into Music, Podcasts, and TV applications. Despite being separated by feature, the three new apps will offer similar to iTunes functionality.
iOS device management remains available on the Mac, but now it’s done through Finder rather than iTunes.
Apart from the bunch of improvements, the 32-bit application will no longer work in macOS Catalina, which is something users should be aware of before installing the new beta on their machines.
The official release of macOS Catalina is expected later this month.