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6 Reasons Not To Install the macOS Catalina Beta & 7 Reasons You Should



Don't Install if You're Traveling

Don't Install if You're Traveling

Are you hitting the road for a trip or in the middle of one? If so, you should skip the macOS 10.15 beta until you are able to be in a controlled environment with a good internet connection, your backup and time to work through issues. 

While it isn't as integral to day to day tasks as an iPhone, there are still issues that could be worse while you are mobile. This is especially important if you travel for business and need to use your Mac to get work done or give a presentation. 

It's smarter to wait for the travel to end before you install the beta, that is unless you are at WWDC and you want to start building and testing with Apple during sessions. 

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  1. Ken Lanacaster

    09/05/2019 at 7:06 pm

    Catalina has been nightmare for me. Even though I was connected to wifi I could not open any browser all of which insisted that I was not connected to the internet. I got no help from Apple to resolve this problem, in fact I was told that nothing could be done and I would have to live with it. After spending a whole day talking to ‘geniuses’ and some over the phone ‘support’ staff I suggested that they restore the Mac Book Pro to Mojave. They agreed to do this but said it would take about 48 hours to resolve. I spent over $6,000 on this laptop and all I have goto is a piece of junk.

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