Apple has just seeded a new version of its macOS Catalina Supplemental Update. The first edition of the update was launched to Macs running Catalina on October 15.
Identically to last week’s update, the latest Supplemental Update aims to fix issues that some users have encountered when there was limited disk space available.
In addition, the update fixes bugs with saving Game Center data while users play Apple Arcade games offline, a Setup Assistant bug, and an issue which prevented users from accepting iCloud terms when logged into multiple iCloud accounts on the same Mac.
These are the release notes provided by Apple to accompany the update:
“The macOS Catalina Supplemental Update includes installation and reliability improvements, and is recommended for all users.
- Improves installation reliability of macOS Catalina on Macs with low disk space
- Fixes an issue that prevented Setup Assistant from completing during some installations
- Resolves an issue that prevents accepting iCloud Terms and Conditions when multiple iCloud accounts are logged in
- Improves the reliability of saving Game Center data when playing Apple Arcade games offline”
These points match last week’s software update, as well as some sources inside Apple claiming that users who have already downloaded the previous update don’t have to download the new one. Considering this claim, no one has a clue about what is different in the latest version of the update, and Apple gives no explanation on this matter.