Apple Releases Fifth Beta of macOS Catalina to Developers – Download Now!
Today, Apple has seen fit to release the fifth beta of macOS Catalina to developers for testing purposes. If you’re a developer, you can install the latest build right now on your compatible Mac machines. The fifth beta of macOS Catalina arrives over two weeks after the company released the fourth beta. In addition, it has been over a month since the upcoming operating system for all supported Mac devices was unveiled to the general public. Let’s dive in to see what the new beta build has in store and how registered developers can download it on their devices.
Apple Seeds Fifth Beta of macOS Catalina to Developers for Testing Purposes
The new fifth beta of macOS Catalina can be downloaded on Macs through the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. Since the build is crawling with bugs at this stage, we would not recommend you to install it on your primary device.
macOS Catalina is a major update considering the number of features it brings to the table. For instance, the iTunes app has been split into three different apps – Music, Podcast and TV apps. The Apple TV app will be available later this year.
Furthermore, there’s the new Sidecar feature which allows users to turn their iPads into a second display for your Mac. With Apple Pencil support added as well for Sidecar, macOS Catalina will indirectly run on an iPad with complete touch controls. The new Find My feature brings the Find My Mac app on the Mac for the first time which can locate or track your devices even when they are offline.
There is a boatload of other additions as well, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. At this point in time, it might be too early to as what the fifth beta of macOS Catalina has in store, but we will let you guys know as soon as something is discovered.
This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the fifth beta of macOS Catalina? Let us know in the comments.