There’s a fresh update for macOS Catalina out today. Version 10.15.2 allows an iPhone to remote control a Mac’s music and video playback. And there are also other enhancements for the utilities Apple bundles with this operating system, including Photos, Music and Mail.
macOS Catalina 10.15.2 goes into beta testing
Testing for the next version of macOS just began. macOS Catalina 10.15.2 will replace a update that came out only a week ago, but Apple never really stops work on any of its operating systems.
All we know at this point is that the initial beta of this upcoming version makes a few tweaks to networking, but more significant changes are possible.
macOS 10.12.2 is out with new emoji and wallpapers
Mac owners can now take advantage of all the new emoji iPhone users got earlier this week, thanks to today’s release of macOS 10.12.2.
Apple launched the macOS update this morning, bringing a host of performance enhancements to users, as well as couple new features and small tweaks.
This simple command will keep your Mac apps bleeding-edge
Here’s a surprising fact: By default, OS X only checks for software updates once a week. That’s shockingly infrequent, considering the fact that iOS and Windows both check for critical updates every day.
If you’d like your Mac to keep more on top of things, there’s an easy way to tell it to check for software updates more frequently.
Get it now: OS X update boosts Mac performance
The newest build of OS X El Capitan is now available to the public after undergoing a month of beta testing.
OS X 10.11.3 can now be downloaded and installed by all Mac users with supported hardware. It’s a free update that promises to bring a number of enhancements, including performance improvements and tons of bug fixes.
OS X 10.11.1 update brings new emoji, Microsoft Office fixes and more
The first big update for OS X El Capitan has been released to the public today after months of beta testing of its new features and improvements.
OS X 10.11.1 brings more than 150 new emoji characters to the Mac, along with improved compatibility with Microsoft Office 2016, better VoiceOver reliability and numerous other bug fixes. The update can be now loaded through the Mac App Store or via the Software Update option in the Apple menu.
Here’s a full list of the improvements: