Apple recently announced the latest release of the operating system, Catalina. The latest version of macOS, Catalina, is now available for download.
Apple’s latest MacOS version of Catalina is available for download. Catalyst applications, designed for iPad and then transferred to Mac, will not be tried until the operating system deployment is complete. Twitter, TripIt, Rosetta Stone, Post-It and Asfalt 9, such as some of the usual applications can be downloaded immediately.
Speaking of games, the update also allows Catalina beta users to play Apple Arcade games for the first time. If you’re wondering how to play these games on your Mac, it’s worth remembering that many Arcade games support Xbox and PlayStation controllers. With this release, you will be able to see avatars in the sections of the Podcast application. Apple also makes some small additions to Sidecar, which allows you to use an iPad as a secondary Mac display.
Apple TV + will be included in the update:
After the update, you will see the Apple TV + service for promotional purposes. Broadcasting service starts broadcasting on November 1st. The service, which costs $ 4.99 per month, will be available for one year free to those who buy a new Mac, iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.
Some minor revisions have been made since the Catalina preview went public in June. What’s new in the update will be familiar to users who use the software in the early release or at least have information about it. In short, the update will cover applications in general. Standalone programs for Music, Podcasts and TV, the redesigned Reminders app, and new features in Notes, Safari, Mail, and Photos are some of them.