Apple now has updates to iOS, tvOS, iPadOS, and watchOS out in the wild but we’re still waiting to get our hands on macOS 10.15 Catalina.

Apple has been cagey in its explanations as to when we can expect it to land, but the Danish Apple website might have outed October 4th as the big day.

The date was mentioned on the macOS Catalina section of the Danish website, within the Apple Arcade section. Mac users can’t make use of Apple Arcade until macOS Catalina ships, which is why some people are particularly keen to get their hands on it.

Apple subsequently updated the Danish website to remove mention of October 4th, although that doesn’t confirm anything. However, with most macOS updates having landed early in the week we’re not sure where we stand on October 4th being a Friday. Apple tends to stick to its own patterns. At least, until it doesn’t.

It’s possible that macOS 10.15 will launch earlier in that week and that the reference to October 4th is simply for Apple Arcade’s go-live. Apple enabled Apple Arcade on iOS 13 beta devices remotely, so it isn’t beyond the realm of possibility that something similar will happen with macOS Catalina.

With October just around the corner we don’t have to wait too long until we have answers for all of our questions. And then we can get on with the serious business of trying all of Apple Arcade’s games on our Macs.

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