Apple Releases Fourth Beta Of macOS Catalina; Seventh Beta Of iOS 12.4 & watchOS 5.3 Apple today released the fourth developer beta of macOS Catalina, two weeks after it pushed the third beta. The new macOS Catalina beta can now be installed on your Mac by going to System Preferences – Software Upgrade. macOS Catalina is currently in beta and is not recommended for regular users.
macOS Catalina introduced many cool new features, new apps, and new powerful technologies for developers. In macOS Catalina, Apple will replace iTunes with three popular entertainment apps, Apple Music, Apple Podcast and Apple TV app. The new Sidecar feature allows users to make the iPad as their second display or as a high-precision input device in a number of Mac creative apps. New security features give users greater protection, while Voice Control allows users to take full advantage of your voice to operate the Mac.
Alongside new beta for macOS Catalina developers, Apple today released the seventh developer beta for iOS 12.4 and the sixth developer beta for watchOS 5.3 as well, thus, we should expect the updates real soon.
iOS 12.4 doesn’t include any new features and changes, but it is likely to focus on bringing Apple Card to users. Anyhow, as Apple puts more attention on iOS 13 and watchOS 6, iOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3 could very well be the company last version of iOS 12 and watchOS 5.