It’s been a few days since Apple released the fifth test version for iOS and all its other platforms except macOS Catalina – but finally, the Cupertino giant has released the new test build for the next major OS update. Macs.
On Monday (15) the macOS Mojave 10.14.6 began to be distributed to the developers registered at the Apple Developer Center.
The new build did not bring anything new compared to Beta 4, meaning we’re just talking about general performance improvements and bug fixes already discovered.
For those who already had previous builds installed, simply go to System Preferences> Software Update so that the new test version is downloaded.
Soon the fifth public beta for macOS 10.14.6 Catalina should also be made available to those registered in the Beta Software Program.
macOS Catalina was introduced during WWDC 2019 and brought important additions to the experience of using laptops and desktops, including a new Music Management app, which will replace iTunes delivering a lighter interface as well as the Sidecar, a feature that allows that iPad owners use their tablets as a secondary display for the Mac.