Apple has released macOS Catalina 10.15 beta 2 for users registered in the developer’s beta program for MacOS system software.
In addition, Apple also released downloads for iOS 13 beta 2 and iPadOS 13 beta 2, as well as beta 2 for watchOS 6 and tvOS 13.
Mac users who are currently using macOS 10.15 Catalina Beta can right now download the second beta update from the Software Update system settings panel.
To gain access to macOS Catalina beta versions, you need to install a configuration profile, which can be downloaded from the Apple Developer website.
MacOS Catalina has many interesting features, including Screen Time for Mac to monitor application usage, Activation Lock for Mac to reduce the likelihood of theft, support for using the iPad as an external display, replacing iTunes with three separate applications for music, Podcasts and TV, developer support for porting iPad applications to Macs and powerful new access functions, such as VoiceControl, that provide a fully voice-controlled computer.
MacOS Catalina beta can technically be installed on any MacOS compatible with Catalina Mac, although, like for all beta versions of system software, it is best used by experienced users and on non-core hardware.
MacOS Catalina is currently in beta for developers and designed specifically for developers, but the public beta is expected to be released in July, and anyone can subscribe to it if they wish. Apple announced that the final version of macOS Catalina will be released in the fall.