MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 update brings iCloud Drive folder sharing, Screen Time parental controls, and more

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“macOS Catalina 10.15.4 brings Screen Time parental controls on communications limits for kids and playback control for music videos”

Alongside the iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 updates, Apple has also released the macOS Catalina 10.15.4 and watchOS 6.2 software updates. The update to MacBook brings several improvements, bug fixes, and iCloud Drive folder sharing. Along with this, MacBooks are getting Apple Music’s time-synched lyrics feature that was already available for iPhones and iPads since 2019. The watchOS 6.2 update brings in-app purchases to Apple Watch apps and bring ECG feature to more countries; the ECG app allows users to take an electrocardiogram, measures the electrical pulses of the heart. Apple is also releasing watchOS 5.3.6 for users with an iPhone that hasn’t got the iOS 13 update.

The macOS Catalina 10.15.4 brings Screen Time parental controls on communications limits for kids and playback control for music videos. Safari changes include an option to import Chrome passwords to your iCloud Keychain for easy autofill of passwords in Safari and all other devices. HDR playback support on compatible devices for Netflix content. Customisations to Pro Display XDR will let you tweak the reference modes for specific workflow needs by selecting from several colour gamuts, white point, luminance, and transfer function options. The macOS Catalina 10.15.4 update fixes High Dynamic Range output to HDR10-compatible third-party displays and TVs connected with DisplayPort or HDMI, resolves screen brightness for the LG UltraFine 5K display after waking from sleep and more.

watchOS 6.2 update brings the ECG app to three new countries, including Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey

The watchOS 6.2 update brings the ECG app to three new countries, including Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey. Irregular heart rhythm notifications are also now available in the aforementioned countries. It also fixes a bug that affects the music playback when switching from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth connectivity.

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