With some delay, Apple has released the sixth beta of its new desktop operating system. It is noteworthy that together with the test Assembly for developers also released the public beta and macOS Catalina.
Judging by the reviews, the sixth beta version of macOS 10.15 have not brought anything new. You can assume that the developers of Cupertino is actively working on fixing minor issues and bugs, as well as working to improve the stability and speed of the OS.
At the moment the main claim to macOS Catalina is the unstable operation of third-party applications. In comparison with the first test assemblies, the situation was undoubtedly better. However, users continue to complain of periodic “crashes” of third-party applications.
As for the release date of the final version of macOS Catalina, it is not yet known. It is expected that the update will be available towards the end of September. Up to this point cupertinos can produce a couple of test assemblies and to fix a number of bugs.