The new update for macOS Catalina is released a few days ago. I was running macOS Catalina version 10.15.5 on my AMD FX Hackintosh. Today, I decided to upgrade my installation to version 10.15.6. But the question is, can I upgrade my Hackintosh to this new version? Well, the answer is YES we can.
Before we upgrade, it is important to backup or computer just in case the upgrade went wrong. You can use Carbon Copy Cloner software to clone your Mac installation to another disk. Or, if you install macOS Catalina on the Proxmox VE, you can simply use the snapshot or backup feature.
The next step is to make sure you have a good internet connection. The upgrade will download 3 GB of files from the internet before restarting. The install process itself will take some time. In my case, it took about 25 minutes to complete.
After the upgrade process completes, you may want to check your programs. Some old program might not work after we upgrade to version 10.15.6.
So basically, I got no issue when upgrading my Hackintosh from macOS Catalina 10.15.5 to macOS Catalina 10.15.6. If you want to upgrade, I think it is safe. No further OpenCore modifications are needed. Thanks for reading this article, stay safe.