Apple has announced that the next version of macOS (10.15) known as Catalina. Apple macOS Catalina is a complete rethink of iTunes, which is now broken out into individual Music, Podcast and TV apps. The TV app will also finally bring support for 4K HDR video to Macs, something that was only possible with the Apple TV 4K until now. According to quick preview from Apple’s WWDC keynote, the Podcast app looks a lot more useful for finding new shows, due to a bit of machine learning.
Other than these, there’s Sidecar, a new macOS feature that lets you use an iPad as a wireless second screen or graphics tablet.
Apple macOS Catalina
Apple is also adding some intuitive new Accessibility features to macOS. These features are related to the ability to control virtually every aspect of the operating system with voice commands. There’s a new Find My app for locating a lost or stolen MacBook too, as well as extra options for locking laptops remotely and finding them even when they’re in sleep mode.
The macOS apps get a host of improvements with Catalina. Coming to apps, the Apple Maps with a Look Around feature that apes Google Street View, AI-assisted sorting to bring out the highlights of your Photos library, a revamped and redesigned Reminders app, and more. Besides that, the Screen Time is coming to macOS too, so you can set limits on how much time you spend inside different apps.
So this time the new macOS Catolina promises many features. It allows you to whole new range of iTunes, Apple TV, listening to Podcasts and many other app on the Mac TV. So, now it been lot more easier to find, and to arrange the task easily.
Apple says, “Enjoy your favorite iPad apps now on your Mac. Extend your workspace and expand your creativity with iPad and Apple Pencil. And discover smart new features in the apps you use every day. Now you can take everything you do above and beyond.”