What you need to know
- With the launch of macOS Catalina imminent, Apple is reminding developers about some changes.
- Apple reminded to submit their apps and also remember notarization.
- macOS Catalina recently launched the developer GM.
With the public release of macOS Catalina imminent, Apple is reminding developers to get ready. The company on Thursday published (opens in new tab) new developer updates with some helpful information about what changes are in store.
First and foremost, Apple has reminded developers to submit their apps to the Mac App Store.
The second thing is apps must be notarized for macOS Catalina. As 9to5Mac points out, Apple has relaxed certain notarization requirements in the new update, but there are still certain restrictions.
Announced at WWDC, macOS Catalina features a number of notable changes, including new standalone apps for Music, Podcasts, and Apple TV, as well as a new feature known as Sidecar, which will allow people to use an iPad as a second display.
You can read about other changes coming to macOS Catalina in the link below.
What if you use and application that you trust but it's not notarized? I use Handbrake and I'm pretty sure they have never gone though the notarization with Apple.
Then you just bypass the security check, I'm pretty sure it works the same way as it does on Mojave, and if not, a simple Google will give you a solution
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