Apple today released the fourth public beta of macOS Catalina. As the name states, this is still the beta version of software and is meant for those who want to test out the new features of the upcoming macOS version.
macOS Catalina is still in beta stage users should avoid installing it on their day-to-day machines but if you can live with a few bugs you can give it a go.
Users who are enrolled in macOS Catalina beta program can head over to System Preferences and check for Software Update. For those who are not enrolled can do so by visiting this link.
macOS Catalina is the next big upgrade to Apple’s platform. With new features including sidecar that lets you use your iPad as a secondary display. iTunes is gone for good and is now broken into separate features such as Music, Podcasts and Apple TV.
Screen Time is also coming to macOS, users will be able to set rules. Another feature, Project Catalyst will allow developers to make their iPad apps available for macOS.
Apple will officially release macOS Catalina alongside iOS 13, iPadOS13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 in September.