Apple Released the Third Beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.3 for Developers


Apple has released macOS Catalina 10.15.3 Beta 3 for developers. The details of what will come in the new update are not clear, but the version is expected to focus on performance improvement, security updates and bug fixes.

Apple also released the third developer beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.3 after releasing third beta versions of iOS 13.3.1, iPadOS 13.3.1, watchOS 6.1.2 and tvOS 13.3.1 for developers this week. While the company does not share the content of the update, the new update is expected to focus on performance improvement, security updates and debugging.

Developers can access the new beta update through System Preferences if they are already registered with the Beta Program. If you are not a developer, you can install new iOS, macOS and tvOS versions through the Apple Beta Software Program, but the updates here are released with a certain delay.

With the latest version, iTunes Remote is back
macOS 10.15.3 will be the continuation version of macOS 10.15.2. In the latest version, iTunes Remote support has returned and overall improvements have been made across the entire system. Along with macOS Catalina, there were many features such as managing music, movies and podcasts in separate applications, using iPad as a secondary screen, running applications made for iPad, accessing your Apple account from macOS, and accessing Apple Arcade.

The first beta versions of Apple operating systems were released on December 17. Prior to this, Apple completed the tests of iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, watchOS 6.1.1 and tvOS 13.3 on December 10 after 4 beta releases. It is not known what Apple has changed or updated in beta versions because no version has “release notes” for software update in the support documentation.

Users are advised not to install beta versions on vital or priority devices due to the low possibility of data loss or other problems. Those who will test the beta are recommended to install the version on their secondary devices and to back up their data while doing so.

Along with Catalina, released in 2019, 235 apps running in previous versions were retired with Catalina.