Apple’s New MacOS Catalina Changes Will Cause Confusion
By Reetika Kachchhwa
Apple’s brand new Mac OS –
Apple’s new Mac OS Catalina change will go to cause confusion among the users. Apparently, Apple has confirmed that it will go to be enforcing the Mac OS Catalina notarization prerequisites for any type of Mac OS application, which is actually is distributed just outside of the Mac app store. It simply means that if you are using any of its applications, it is simply signed and authorized by Apple itself. And also, if you find that it’s not signed, then it’s definitely not going to run as per it’s run with signed. It actually a little bit complicated process, and this reduces the confidence in the users of Apple.
Apple’s note –
Here is what Apple’s note to the developers, the statement by Apple is in this way-“In June, we announced that all Mac software distributed outside the Mac App Store must be notarized by Apple in order to run by default on Mac OS Catalina. In September, we temporarily adjusted the notarization prerequisites to make this transition easier and to protect users on Mac OS Catalina, who continues to use older versions of the software. Starting February 3, 2020, all submitted software must meet the original notarization prerequisites.” these were the exact words from Apple to its developers.
Now signed and authorized –
The Mac OS is basically a platform for the developers and used by creatives, students, for business as well as personal. This is basically is able to replace the work which can not be done by smartphones or tablets. When Apple decides to lock down the unsigned application, it is something that developers are expected to overcome, but eventually, it becomes difficult for the average consumer to understand this. Mac OS still remains one of the most flexible hardware which cannot be found in any other. Even after this confusion, many users still prefer to buy this product.