Apple launches the fourth beta for developers of macOS Catalina, but no sign of iOS 13 — 2022

After two weeks of the release of the third beta of iOS 13, iPadOS or macOS Catalina we were all waiting for yesterday from Apple the fourth betas will be released for developers of these versions of the operating system but we have been left with the desire.

To compensate, just a few hours ago they released the fourth beta for developers of macOS Catalina, focusing on solving bugs and improving the general performance of the Mac.

The fourth beta for developers of macOS Catalina arrives alone

We have no knowledge of when the betas of iOS 13, iPadOS, watchOS 6 or tvOS 13 will arrive, since we could see it either today in the next few hours or another day. This is an indication that Apple needs more time to work on these future betas and fix tremendously annoying bugs like the one we've told you about today that would reveal the passwords in our keychain in iOS 13 without asking us to identify ourselves.

From the outset, this new beta will cause quite a few problems for application developers who are developing in Catalina. Basically they will find a serious problem with SwiftUI previews so they will have to update to Xcode 11 beta 4 when it is available.

We are not aware of any new improvements available in the aesthetic aspect, but there are quite a few internal bug fixes that we can consult in the developer document here . In addition to the resolution of these problems, new problems have also been detected that we hope will end up being resolved in the future. The truth is that little by little we are seeing how these bugs and performance problems are being resolved, although there is still a lot to do, especially when it comes to uninstalling the beta. Remember that you can gain security by puttingpassword on mac folders.

Leave us in the comment box what you think of this beta and if you expected the launch of the corresponding beta of iOS 13 or iPadOS.