Cupertino’s company has just released the fifth macOS Catalina beta for developers. This trial update comes nearly two weeks after the arrival of the fourth beta version of macOS Catalina, and more than a month after the new macOS update was first introduced at WWDC 2019.

Developers can download the new beta version of macOS Catalina using the Software Update mechanism in the ‘System Preferences’ of the computer. Like all beta versions, macOS Catalina can not be installed on a everyday machine because it is a testing software and has errors.

For now, no great news has been discovered in this fifth beta of macOS Catalina, so this version of the operating system may focus on bug fixes and performance improvements.

The news coming to macOS Catalina

macOS Catalina removes the iTunes app, dividing it into Music, Podcasts and TV app. The Apple Music apps and Apple Podcasts are available now, while the Apple TV app will arrive later this year.

The three new apps offer similar functionality to iTunes, but are divided by features. IOS device management is still available on Mac, but is now done through Finder instead of iTunes.