Apple's Official Release Date for MacOS Mojave may be just around the corner, but you can get it today as long as you're a member of Apple's Developer Program. Learn how to download and download MacOS Mojave today.
Before you begin, keep in mind that you can only install MacOS Mojave on any Mac that was introduced on a MacBook in mid-2010 or later, or iMac was introduced in late 2009 or later. Go here to see if your Mac is right.
Before we move on, make sure you back up your files. For all the important stuff that absolutely can not be replaced, you should send it to the cloud – Dropbox, iCloud, and OneDrive are good for it – or make a hard copy on a flash drive or an external hard drive. While MacOS High Sierra has undergone numerous beta testing phases to ensure that it is ready for prime time, any major update carries the risk of bugs that only appear at the time of publication. The backup is an important first step.
Sign Up for the Apple Developer Program
Be warned, this will cost you. With a subscription to the Apple Developer Program, you receive approximately $ 100 per year. That's not cheap, so if you think about it, it would not be a bad idea just to wait for the release this fall. If you're ready to join the Developer program, click here to get started.
You must click the Sign In button at the top right of the page and sign in with your Apple account, and fill in all the information that you request. Once you're signed in, just go to developer.apple.com and click the Downloads section. Here is a list of all available betas and tools. Click the MacOS Mojave Developer Beta and a download will start
Download and Install
Once the download is complete, you're almost there. All you have to do is find this file and fire it up. It acts as the key to adding the MacOS Mojave Developer Beta to your App Store. By default, the file will land in your Downloads folder. So navigate there and open the file. It should be named something like MacOS Developer Beta Access Utility
Opening the file will present you a package, and you just have to open this, agree to the terms and conditions and almost there. Next, the App Store will automatically open on the MacOS Mojave Developer beta page. The operating system update should be automatically downloaded and installed. Your system may be restarted a few times as soon as the installation starts, but then you're done.
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