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Five best things about MacOS Catalina

our MacBook, iMac or -- lucky you -- beastly Mac Pro is going to get a big boost this fall with MacOS Catalina. With the Mac update, Apple will replace the iTunes app with three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. The update will also let Mac users run iPad apps they can download through the Mac App Store, and use an iPad as a second screen, much in the way you might use a monitor. And while Apple debuted MacOS Catalina at its annual WWDC conference for developers, its implications touch nearly every Mac owner around the world.

This year's annual Mac update from Apple will keep things interesting with a renewed focus on services, an important part of the way that Apple keeps its user base loyal. The Silicon Valley bigwig may pale in comparison to Microsoft users globally, but Apple has always used its apps and services ecosystem to create an aura of cult status. The excitement of Mac owners in using Apple's new tools is key to the company retaining its reputation among app-makers and fans.

MacOS Catalina is also coming to the MacPro, the $6,000 tower computer for pro users, which pairs with a $5,000 Pro Display XDR monitor and an optional $1,000 stand. (You can see what the Mac Pro and Pro Display look like on your desk for free.)

Here are the five biggest things coming in Catalina, along with everything else in the new Mac operating system that should make your Mac life a little better.
source : cnet.com
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