Apple Releases Seventh Beta of macOS Catalina

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Yesterday, Apple released the seventh beta of macOS 10.15 Catalina. Beta 7 came out nearly a week after the sixth beta of macOS Catalina was launched and over two months after the new macOS update was first presented at the WWDC.

Developers and public users can download the seventh beta of macOS Catalina via the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences after they install the right software from the Developer Center.

Identically to all new betas, Apple does not recommend installing the seventh beta of macOS Catalina on primary machines as it is early release software and has bugs.

Also, as previously reported, 32-bit apps no longer work in macOS Catalina, which is something to be aware of before installing the latest update.

Apple’s release notes state that there are several fixes available in beta 7:

  • The Cloud Files section in About This Mac > Storage > Manage now accurately represents the state of files on your Mac.

  • The CloudKit Share URL now launches a Mac Catalyst app present on the system or takes the user to the appropriate App Store page to download it.

  • Deleting Podcasts using About This Mac > Storage > Manage now updates what’s shown in the Podcasts app.

  • Screen Time > Content & Privacy > Content > Web Content > Allowed Websites Only is now enforced in the beta.

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