macOS Catalina dropped yesterday and some apps might not work with it. 32-bits apps aren’t supported but even 64-bit apps run into trouble.
In the latest issue of Macworld, Jason Snell writes about Project Catalyst and how Apple struggles with the Mac’s future.
iOS app developers are Mac users—it’s the only platform available for iOS app development. They know what the Mac feels like. I think many of them will choose to do the right thing—but it’s a shame they won’t have exemplary Apple apps to inspire them.
This is part of Andrew’s News+ series, where he shares a magazine every Friday to help people discover good content in Apple News+.
Apple Developer Academy 2019 is open for applications. 400 students will be chosen to win free training in Naples, Italy, and receive a free iPhone and Mac.
Today Apple announced macOS developers can now create app bundles that include standard Mac apps and free apps that come with a subscription.