Apple has released the fourth beta of macOS Mojave update to the developer community this afternoon, a beta that brings support for the newly released 2018 MacBook Pro models that the company launched last week.

Registered developers can download the latest software version once you installed the configuration profile, click the “Apple” icon in the upper left corner on the Mac desktop. Select “About This Mac” in the menu. Click the "Software Update" button in the pop-up window.


Perhaps the biggest change in macOS Mojave is that Apple added the much-anticipated dark mode and implements a so-called Dynamic Desktop feature, where wallpapers will change over time. It also gained the Stacks desktop rearrange function so desktop files can be automatically organized according to a certain rule.

In addition, 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.

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