Apple announced a brand new version of its desktop operating system recently, and now it’s moving forward with betas before a public launch later this year.
Looking to install macOS Mojave on your Mac? While you can always directly install Mojave on your Mac after downloading it from Apple, I will recommend a clean install as it also makes for a good excuse for cleaning all the junk files on your device.
A day after Apple released the first public beta of iOS 12, it was released the first public beta of macOS Mojave as well. The final release of the OS is scheduled for release later this year and Apple is doing a public beta test to ensure its free from bugs before its final release.
Apple has introduced a number of handy little features in macOS Mojave. One such feature is Stacks which helps in keeping your cluttered desktop clean by automatically organizing your shortcuts and files.
macOS Mojave is arguably the biggest update to the OS in the last few years. After releasing relatively minor macOS updates over the last few years, Apple has gone all out with Mojave and introduced a ton of new features withy it. One such feature is Dark mode which has long been requested by Mac users.
Apple seems to have removed the ‘Back to My Mac’ feature with macOS Mojave. The feature is nowhere to be found in the first developer beta of the OS and given its low popularity among Mac users, it is possible that the feature has been silently removed by Apple.
Before the keynote wrapped up yesterday, Apple’s Craig Federighi answered the question so many people had been asking for years now: Would Apple be merging the macOS and iOS operating systems at some point in the future?