It’s been quite the day for software updates for Apple. There have been updates to iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS. And there’s been a macOS 10.15 Catalina update, too. But don’t get too excited – it’s another beta.

This release brings macOS Catalina all the way to beta 10, giving developers another build to test their apps against before the update is made available to the public. We still don’t know quite when that will be, although a recently removed page on the Danish Apple website previously mentioned October 4th. We’ll find out for sure in a few days time.

If you’re a developer running a previous macOS Catalina developer beta, you can download this latest beta right now. You can get your hands on it via the usual method – head to System Preferences and then click Software Update. You’ll need to have the Catalina developer profile installed, but we’re sure you know that.

While all of the attention is on updates like iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.1 from this summer’s beta program, there’s quite a lot to get the teeth into once macOS 10.15 Catalina does ship. Support for Screen Time, a new Sidecar feature that turns an iPad into a second monitor, and a new Find My app are just some of the changes that will grab headlines when the update ships.

Now we just need to wait for that update to arrive, whenever that might be.

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