Apple is set to release the first public beta of macOS 10.15 Catalina today. According to reports from TechCrunch and SixColors, Apple will make the beta available to public beta users later today.
Apple originally said that the macOS Catalina public beta would be available in July, but it will seemingly release it a bit early this year. As always, expect bugs, performance issues, and app compatibility issues with the early betas of macOS Catalina.
Apple’s beta website is currently down, with the company saying that it’s “busy updating the Apple Beta Software Program website and will be back soon.” If you’re not already a macOS public beta tester, you can sign-up here once the site is back online.
We’ll update when the macOS Catalina public beta is officially available. In the meantime, read more in our full Catalina guide. Do you plan on trying the macOS Catalina public beta? Let us know down in the comments.