Apple has been seeding beta versions of macOS 10.14.1 Mojave for several weeks now, and following its latest major event to showcase new hardware (including the new MacBook Air with a Retina display), the company is finally releasing the software to the public.
Apple today officially released macOS 10.14.1 Mojave to the public. The new software is available to download and install from the System Preferences and finding the “Software Update” utility therein. Apple made this change recently, so it’s a bit different from downloading and installing new software from the Mac App Store.
The new software is a minor update in the grand scheme of things. However, it does include a whole host of new emoji to select. 70 new options are available for macOS 10.14.1 users, which are also available in watchOS 5.1 and iOS 12.1 (which were also released today). The other new major feature being added to the desktop operating system is Group FaceTime, which supports audio/video calls with up to 32 people at a time.
Group FaceTime is also available in iOS 12.1.
The newest version of macOS Mojave is available to download and install now. It is a free update.