31 July 2019
Apple has now released the fifth developer beta of macOS 10.15 Catalina. The new build for the macOS arrives a couple of days after the updates received by iOS, tvOS, and iPadOS.
No new features have been recorded after the build but Apple has now taken a further step towards releasing the final and furnished versions to the users. The latest build of the macOS 10.15 Catalina can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center for participants in the Developer Beta program.
The macOS Catalina will bring several features to the users once it’s tested by the developers and public beta testers. One of the highlighted capabilities of the version is that it eliminates the iTunes app by splitting it into Music, Podcasts, and TV apps. Out of the three, Apple Music and Apple Podcasts apps are available now, while the Apple TV app is coming later this year.
Apple generally issues Public beta versions of the developer build of its operating systems for various platforms within a few days and they can be acquired from the Apple Beta Software Program site.
It’s strongly recommended that you don’t install the betas on to your main or primary devices which are important to you as there is a possibility of data loss or other potential risks. Install the updates onto you secondary or non-essential devices.