Apple releases macOS Catalina supplemental update with bug fixes

How do you install the latest macOS update? Here’s how!

Apple’s latest and greatest software update for Mac is out now. If you want to wait for it to automatically update, make sure your Mac is connected to power and be patient. If you just can’t wait for all of the new features, here’s how to update to the latest macOS version.

What’s new in macOS Catalina:

October 15, 2019: Apple releases macOS Catalina supplemental update

Apple has released a supplemental update to macOS Catalina. This update fixes a few major bugs, including an issue that prevented people from accepting iCloud terms and conditions when multiple iCloud accounts were logged in, as well as a bug that cause problems with game save data in Game Center.

What’s new in macOS Catalina

October 7, 2019: Apple releases macOS Catalina

Apple has released macOS Catalina to the public for compatible Macs. Highlights of macOS 10.15 include the breakup of iTunes into separate Music, Podcasts, and TV apps, the introduction of Sidecar for increased interoperability with the iPad, updates to Notes and Reminders, and updates for macOS security

September 26, 2019: Apple releases another macOS 10.14.6 supplemental update with security upgrades

Apple has released another supplemental update to macOS 10.14.6. A minor update, this one contains security upgrades for macOS Mojave ahead of Apple’s expected launch of macOS Catalina sometime in October.

August 26, 2019: Apple releases macOS 10.14.6 supplemental update with several bugfixes

Apple has released another supplemental update to macOS 10.14.6. This update fixes a bug that would cause some Mac notebooks to shutdown while asleep, along with bugs that could cause degraded performance while working with large files and an issue that could prevent Apple’s Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iMovie, and GarageBand apps from updating.

How to download and install macOS updates

  1. Click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your Mac’s screen.
  2. Select System Preferences from the drop-down menu.

  3. Click Software Update.
  4. Click Update Now next to the macOS update.

    • Your Mac will need to restart after the download has been installed, so make sure you save your progress for any program you are currently working in.

How to turn on automatic updates

You don’t have to manually update macOS every time a new one launches. You can turn on automatic updates and it will download in the background.

  1. Click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your Mac’s screen.
  2. Select System Preferences from the drop-down menu.

  3. Click Software Update.
  4. Tick the box for Automatically keep my Mac up to date.

Any macOS download or install questions?

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Source of the article – iMore

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