A few days after releasing the latest Mac operating system, Apple is now testing the first update, MacOS Catalina 10.15.1. According to cultofmac, this version has only changed a bit for laptops and desktops.
According to macOS 10.15. 1 documentation, this beta adds support for AMD Navi RDNA. This beta features the ability to opt-out of Apple storing and analyzing your Siri recordings with a new splash screen. In addition, this update also improves on the Photos app, which allows users to filter by favorites, edited photos, videos or keywords in the new All Photos view.
Currently, the first beta version of macOS Catalina 10.15. 1 is only for developers. However, according to Apple‘s practice, the beta version should be released soon.