The first Beta of the macOs Mojave update was released to Apple’s public beta testing group on Tuesday, allowing non-developers the opportunity to experience the sofware before the update is launched. The second developer beta released last week should be exactly the same as the new beta.
The beta can be accessed by those who have signed up to Apple’s beta testing programme, via the software update mechanism located in the Mac App store.
The most interesting new feature is a Dark Mode, allowing Mac users to scrutinise the operating system in a new manner. Also a Dynamic Desktop mechanism provides you with wallpapers that adjust subtley depending upon the time of day.
An improved Mac App Store makes discovering great apps even more intuitive, while an upgraded finder window equipped with Sidebar, Quick Look, Quick Actions and Gallery View ensures that it is easy to organize and edit your files.
You will also be able to control HomeKit products with Siri, and utiliseApple News, Home, Voice Memo and Stocks apps on a Mac. Further improvements to security and privacy have been introduced.
macOS Mojave will be compatible with MacBooks from 2015 onwards, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac mini models from 2012 and onwards, aswekk as the 2017 iMac Pro, and Mac Pro models ranging from 2010 to 2013 that are equipped with Metal capable GPUs.