Apple today released the first developer beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.1, just one day after it rolled out the official version of macOS Mojave. Developers required to have a proper profile on your machines, and then install the update via System Preferences -> Software Update.


We should expect Apple included the Group FaceTime in this update since beta 1 version iOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 already had the feature. Group FaceTime, as its name implies, will allow you to video call up to 32 at once, which would be ideal for business conferences.

Aside from that, the update will also likely to bring performance improvements and bug fixes for issues that weren't addressed in the first release of macOS Mojave. As for when it would release to the public users, we expect it would be in October, or perhaps at the October event, where rumors suggests Apple to announce new Macs and iPad Pros.

macOS Mojave featured with much-anticipated dark mode and dynamic wallpaper features. It supports the "Stack" desktop management system so files can be automatically organized according to a certain rule. Plus the new "Gallery" viewing mode, as well as iOS apps like Apple News, Stock, Voice Memos, Home came to the macOS platform.

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