Apple today released macOS 10.15 Catalina, the company’s latest update to the Mac operating system. Catalina marks the end of iTunes as a tool on the Mac, and the application is divided into separate applications for Apple Music, Podcasts, and Apple TV. Everything iTunes has created should be accessible through these new features. The overwriting of the device for iphone and ipad has been moved to the Sender.
The latest version also includes support for iPad apps on mac os through Apple’s so-called Catalyst Project, which can jump off a wave of software from tablets Apple to your computer and your computer software.
Speaking of the iPad, Catalina also includes a new Sidecar, which allows iPads to be used as a second display for the Mac, with wireless and connectivity. Sidecar supports Apple Pencil, and you can do Mac versions of applications such as Photo Pencil while using a pencil. You can also write visions or Pdfs with the Pen.
Other additions include the beginning of Screen Time on macOS and the ability to protect privacy: applications must have permission to access your desktop, documents, iCloud Drive, and storage outside. One of my little things that I like about Catalina is the Lock Activation. So, Macs are T2 security patches that cannot be unlocked and reset without an Apple ID password. Hopefully Activation Lock on Mac will be like a thief prevent you have for iPhone.
The macOS 10.15 Catalina update is a free download, which can be installed by clicking the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your screen, selecting System Preferences, and selecting the software update option. If you use Apple Reminders apple many times, you will need to update as soon as possible make sure everything works fine between iOS 13 and Catalina.