Apple Seeds macOS Catalina Beta 10 to Developers

Sep 30, 2019 14:54 EDT
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Apple has seen fit to release beta 10 of macOS Catalina to developers. The new beta arrives a week after the company seeded the ninth developer beta. It has been a month since Apple officially unveiled macOS Catalina at the WWDC event. If you're a registered developer, you can download and install the latest beta 10 of macOS Catalina on your supported Mac devices right now. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Apple Seeds Beta 10 of macOS Catalina to Developers for Testing Purposes

The latest macOS Catalina beta 10 can be downloaded on your Mac using the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. Do take note that a proper configuration profile is required which can be installed from the Apple Developer Center.

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There are a lot of new changes coming with macOS Catalina. It has eliminated the iTunes app which is now split up into Music, Podcasts and TV apps. The function of these three apps is similar to what iTunes offered.  There is a boatload of other additions as well like the new Sidecar feature in which you can use your iPad as a second display for your Mac. There's Apple Pencil support added as well so there's a lot of utility that you can derive out of it.

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macOS Catalina also brings features like integration with the Apple Watch which can be used to approve security prompts for passwords. There's a new Screen Tine feature brought from iOS devices and much more. The new Photos interface will let you discover photos easily. In addition, 32-bit apps no longer work in macOS Catalina.

There are a lot of other additions that users will be getting. The developers can install the latest beta 10 of macOS Catalina right now. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more.

This is all for now, folks. Share your views on macOS Catalina in the comments.

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