macOS Catalina Final Release Date Window Announced
Looking for macOS Catalina final release date window? Apple has just wrapped up its September 10th iPhone event, and now we also know when macOS Catalina will be available to the public. The update will be released in October, although an actual date hasn’t yet been made available.
Apple will be releasing its other software updates such as iOS 13 and watchOS 6 on September 19th, the day before the new iPhones and Apple Watch go on sale. But macOS Catalina won’t be ready in time, perhaps signaling that there is still work to be done. However, Apple has also been known to stage its software updates so we wouldn’t read too much into this staggered release.
With the macOS Catalina update coming in October, and Apple not providing a concrete date, it’s possible it will coincide with another Apple event that has yet to be announced. New Macs and iPad Pros have been announced in October in the past, suggesting the same will happen once again in 2019.
If that is indeed the case, new iPad Pro models and the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro would likely be at the top of the list for potential announcements. If that’s the case, the final quarter of 2019 looks set to be an expensive one, especially considering today’s iPhone and Apple Watch unveiling.
There’s a Mac Pro and display still to have their release dates confirmed, too. That new Apple Card looks set to get a workout!
Stay tuned for more announcements and tidbits from Apple’s September 10 event.