Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.5 for all users [atualizado]

Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.5 for all users [atualizado]

A few days after making the fifth beta available, Apple has just released the macOS Catalina 10.15.5 (build 19F96) for all supported Mac users. It was the missing system, after watchOS 6.2.5 and, later, iOS / iPadOS 13.5 + tvOS 13.4.5.

Its main novelty is the arrival of a feature to preserve batteries on newer Macs (with Thunderbolt 3 ports) – we have already shown how everything works, including on video. In addition, we have news on FaceTime in Group and the traditional bug fixes with general improvements.

Here’s the changelog update complete:

MacOS Catalina 10.15.5 features battery health management in Energy Saver settings on portable computers, an option to control the automatic prominence of video squares on FaceTime Group calls and controls for fine-tuning the Pro’s built-in calibration XDR display. The update also improves the Mac’s stability, reliability and security.

Battery Health Management• Battery health management to help maximize the battery life of Mac portable computers; • The Energy Saver preferences panel now shows battery conditions and recommends whether the battery needs assistance; • Option to disable the battery health management.

FaceTime Prominence Preference• Option to control automatic prominence in FaceTime Group calls so that the video squares do not change in size when a participant speaks.

Fine-tuning the Pro Display XDR Calibration• Controls for fine-tuning the Pro Display XDR’s built-in calibration by adjusting the white point and luminance to get an accurate match to your screen calibration goal.

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements:

• Fixes an issue that could prevent the Reminders app from sending recurring reminder notifications; • Addresses an issue that could prevent the password from being entered on the login screen; • Fixes an issue where System Preferences continued to show a warning of notification even after installing an update; • Resolves an issue where the integrated camera might not be detected when trying to use it after using a video conferencing app; • Addresses an issue on Mac computers with the Apple T2 Security chip where speakers internal speakers might not appear as a sound output device in Sound preferences; • Fixes a stability issue with uploading and downloading media files from the iCloud Library while the Mac was at rest; • Solves a stability issue when transfer large amounts of data to RAID volumes • Fixes an issue where the Reduce Motion Accessibility preference did not slow down s animations on a FaceTime Group call.

To update your Mac, go to System Preferences »Software Update and follow the instructions on the screen. Then comment below if everything is in order! ?

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tip from Vinicius Vasques

Update May 27, 2020 at 09:48

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As usual, Apple has also released important security updates for its two previous operating systems: