Updating apple software
We'll explain how to get Catalina on your Mac now below.
Before you update your Mac, read this article to find out what you need to do to get Mojave or Catalina on your Mac - and what you should do before you click the install button.
You also have to sign a Confidentiality Agreement, which means you shouldn't share information that Apple hasn't 'officially' released.
Once you are signed up for the public beta you can download the beta - but before you do so it's really important to back up your Mac.
We'll also guide you past the potential headaches and any problems you may encounter.
Jump to our Preparing your Mac section for a guide.
We explain how here: How to install two versions of Mac OS on a Mac and how to run Mac OS on an external drive.
Safari was recently updated in such a way that it required user approval to open up a third-party app, every time, and Zoom wanted to keep users from having to deal with that extra click.
That required installing a web server that listened for calls to open up Zoom conferences.
Even uninstalling those apps wouldn’t remove that secondary web server, which would mean that many users wouldn’t get the software vendors’ updates fixing the issue.
That means Apple is best positioned to remove the offending software, and it is.
For more information on updating your i OS, visit Apple’s Support site.