macOS Catalina killed iTunes and 32-bit applications

Testing the new four-month desktop operating system for Apple computers and laptops has finally come to an end. On the eve of the long-awaited final version of macOS Catalina.

macOS Catalina killed iTunes and 32-bit applications

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After several stages of beta testing and improvements, Apple released the final public version of macOS Catalina. You can download the new operating system from the Mac App Store to any compatible Mac for free. The new OS has brought some significant changes to the operation of computers and laptops. One of the main changes is the appearance of three new applications, Music, Podcasts and TV, which replaced the usual iTunes application. MacOS Catalina also provided access to Apple Arcade, a new gaming service.

Apple took care of security. The new security protocol in macOS Catalina checks all applications installed on the Mac for various security problems, and thanks to new data protection tools, applications will not be able to access your documents until you resolve it yourself.

It is important to recall that with the release of macOS Catalina, Apple killed 32-bit applications. And therefore, do not be alarmed if some old applications have stopped working after installing the update.

Chief editor of the blogErika J. Wells .

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