Apple has seeded the third beta of the 10.15.1 macOS Catalina update to developers, which comes a week after the last beta was released. If you’re interested in giving it a spin for yourself, you can download it using the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. However, you need to install the proper software from the Developer Center first.
This update that is in the works is not expected to be major by any means, but will still improve things like performance and squash lots of pesky bugs. These go along with an update the company released recently that also dealt with bugs, which couldn’t wait until the 10.15.1 launched.
As for what users can expect from this update when it launches in full, the company noted that it will add support for the AMD Navi RDNA eGPU architecture, while also bringing changes to Photos. You now have the ability to filter photos by Favorites, Edited, Photos, Videos or Keywords in the All Photos view. Also, you can choose View > Metadata > Titles to enable titles and filenames in the All Photos View.
macOS Catalina marks a major change for the Apple ecosystem, as it finally brought iTunes to an end after being around for so many years. Instead, the popular app has been split up into new Music, Podcasts and TV apps, making it easier to get to the content you want. It also ended support for 32-bit apps, added the new Find My app (which merges Find My Friends and Find My iPhone apps), new privacy enhancements and more.