Apple released the beta version of the macOS Mojave. This is the first time Apple has let the general public test the beta version of its operating system before it launches in the fall.
If you are interested in testing this beta version, you must enroll in a beta testing program from Apple. However, if you want to try Mojave, we recommend you install it on your secondary computer.
Since Mojave is still a beta, it is possible that it is filled with bugs that could cause problems if you install it on the main computer.
One of the new features Apple cultivates in Mojave is Dark Mode. In addition, they also updated the Mac App Store and Finder window. Mojave also features Dynamic Desktop wallpapers and Desktop Stacks.
Through Mojave, Apple also added News, Stocks, Home and Voice Memos. You can even use Siri on a Mac to control the HomeKit product.
Users can also use Group FaceTime via Mojave. Mojave supports Macs built from 2012, like the MacBook (2015 or later), MacBook Air (2012 or later), MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and iMac Pro, whether iMac Pro 2017 or Mac Pro issued in 2013, 2010 and 2012.