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At its WWDC 2019 keynote, Apple unleashed its brand new iteration for macOS — macOS Catalina is official, and a developer beta for the operating system has gone live. So, if you’re a developer, or just someone who wants to try out the latest that Apple has to offer on its Mac line-up, here’s how to install macOS Catalina on your Mac right now:

Requirements

Before embarking on the installation of the new macOS Catalina, here are a couple of things you should know:

  • Take a backup. This is a developer beta and it might have a lot of bugs and could cause system failures. You may have to wipe your system, so make sure you have your important data backed up, and don’t install this on a primary device.
  • An Apple developer account is needed to access the download file. Registering for a developer account costs $99/year.

Download and Install macOS Catalina Developer Beta:

Downloading and installing the macOS Catalina developer beta is pretty straightforward. Just follow the steps below, and you’ll be up and running in no time.

  • Head over to the Apple Developer website and login with your developer account. Here, click on ‘Develop’ and go to ‘Downloads.’
  • You’ll see all the developer beta releases available for you to download. Click on the ‘Install Profile‘ button next to “macOS Catalina 10.15 beta.” This will download a macOS Developer Beta Access Utility on your Mac. Simply run it to install the profile on your Mac.
  • Now, macOS will automatically look for the beta update, and you’ll get the option to download it on your Mac.
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That’s it, once the update has finished downloading, you’ll be able to install macOS Catalina developer beta on your Mac with just a few clicks.

As always, keep in mind that this is a developer beta and may have a lot of bugs and issues that can hinder your workflow, and/or cause other problems on your Mac. You may have to completely wipe your system, so don’t install this on a daily driver, and make sure you take a backup of all your important data before proceeding. If you can wait, we’d recommend waiting for the Public Beta that will be out in July, and should have a lot less bugs.

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