With the newest Apple software dropping in this year, one can’t help but wonder when the 2019 macOS Catalina drops in. Keep reading to know more.
Since the iPhone 11 launch event wrapped up on September 10, Apple is all set to come out with macOS Catalina, the newest software system in for the Macs and the MacBooks. With that being said, Apple is killing off 235 apps, so we can no longer run them. The macOS Catalina doesn’t anymore support the 32-bit apps, so the rest of the apps need to be transitioned over to 64-bit.
The macOS Catalina is coming this October, Apple has made the big reveal, after the big Apple’s event that took place in the first week of September. The event saw rolling out of iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, iPads, Apple Arcade, Apple Watch Series 5 smartwatches and Apple TV Plus.
In the newest Catalina, Apple is all ser to replace the iTunes app with three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. This will mean that the Mac users will now run on iPad apps that can be download through the Mac App Store and the iPad will now function as a second screen, more like a monitor.
Catalina will come with tons and tons of improvements over the rest, though the hardware requirements are just the same, much like MacOS Mojave, which is the current version of the OS. To run Mojave, means you can easily run Catalina.
Following is the list of the Macs that meet the requirements:
MacBook 2015 and later
MacBook Air 2012 or later
MacBook Pro 2012 or later
Mac Mini 2012 or later
iMac 2012 or later
iMac Pro 2017 or later
Mac Pro 2013 or later.