Apple has released macOS Catalina to the public with a bunch of new features and improvements.
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One of the big changes you’ll notice when you install Catalina is the iTunes app; it’s gone! Apple has split up iTunes into separate apps that host Music, TV, and Podcasts. iOS device management is shifted to Finder as well.
You can now fully control your Mac with a new Voice Control feature that does all processing on-device. Likewise, there are numerous improvements in Apple apps including Photos, Reminders, Notes, Mail, and Safari. More details on Catalina’s new features can be found on Apple’s website.
macOS Catalina is compatible with Mac hardwares from 2012 and onwards. You can head over to the Mac App Store or System Preferences > Software Update to download the massive update.
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