Apple has now presented a new update to macOS Catalina with macOS 10.15.1. It might be a small enhancement and will come with some new advanced features and support for AirPods Pro and the latest graphic cards of AMD. The new update has various fixes for some issues of macOS Catalina. The update makes migrating from iTunes to other apps more reliable as Apple has put an end to the reign of iTunes. It also fixes some problems with the TV, Music, and Podcast apps that replace iTunes functionality. The new update also presents a host of new emoji.
You will always find fun to get some new ones to play with, and Apple has worked hard to make them more inclusive. There are at least 70 new emoji in this set and they include accessibility emoji, gender-neutral options, and more emoji with skin tone options. You will also be able to get the option to enhance your privacy if you want to use Siri with your Mac by selecting whether to allow Apple to store the audio from your interactions with Siri. People will also find an option to delete past audio recordings.
The macOS 10.15.1 update also has more in store for users who aren’t just excited regarding their Mac or MacBook hardware. The new operating system update is essential for anyone seeking to use AirPods Pro with their macOS device. The new 10.15.1 update finally brings support for AMD Navi RDNA architecture. It isn’t an immediate upgrade, but it does enable the use of AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT when connecting a Mac to an e-GPU enclosure. The support for AMD Navi can also be a hint that the anticipated 16-inch MacBook Pro may make the jump from the Vega graphics. The new update basically offers more support for Mac users to connect various other devices as well.