Apple Seeded Second Public Beta Of macOS 10.14 Mojave To Public Beta Testers

Apple today released the second public beta of macOS 10.14 Mojave, one week after it seeded first public beta.  The macOS Mojave public beta 2 can be updated via System Preferences - Software Update. Users who want to install the macOS Mojave beta are better off making backups to prevent crashes from happening.

macOS Mojave adds the much-anticipated dark mode and implements a so-called Dynamic Desktop feature, where wallpapers will change over time. The latest operating system designed for Macs also gained the Stacks desktop rearrange function so desktop files can be automatically organized according to a certain rule.

The Finder has added a new "Gallery" browsing mode, and the Quick View feature supports more controls. iOS apps like Apple News, Stock, Home and Voice Memos are also coming to the macOS platform. Mac App Store has also been redesigned that's easier than ever to discover new apps.

macOS Mojave can be installed on 2015 and later MacBook models, 2012 and later MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac models, the 2017 iMac Pro, as well as Mac Pros from late 2013. Altogether, the platform is expected to roll out to all users for free in the fall.

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