Apple’s latest revision of the macOS is coming out soon and is called, macOS Catalina. The exact date has not been revealed yet but could soon be out after Apple’s event on September 10th, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater, at their campus in Cupertino, California.
Previously, Apple had released its last four major MacOS towards the end of September, which could be a pattern that we could expect them to continue this year as well.
The updates you can expect in Catalina will be the iTunes store, which will be separated into three parts, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. Mac users can also run iPad apps once downloaded and can be a second screen to the Mac.
The OS update will also feature 64-bit apps while turning off the ability to run 32-bit software. As a part of this transition, last year Apple had started a requirement for all apps in the App Store to be 64-bit.
It has been confirmed by Apple that it will be a lot easier to port apps from iOS to Mac, this year, and the code to do this will now be made available for developers.