At WWDC 2018, Apple took the name for its Mac operating system from the majestic mountains of Northern California and moved south to the famous Golden State Desert. After a series of mountain themes – Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra and High Sierra – Apple has named the next version of MacOS (version 10.14) after the California Mojave Desert.
MacOS Mojave is now available for developers to preview, and the public beta will be released in late June. Mojave will be officially released this fall as a free update. It introduces a number of new features, from a dark mode and desktop stacks to a new Finder view and Grouping of FaceTime calls. Plus, after upgrading to Mojave, you'll find four familiar iOS apps on your Mac as well as some additional privacy features that protect you from Facebook and other advertisers.
Here you will find everything you need to know about MacOS Mojave. Be sure to check here regularly; We will update this article as we follow Mojave from its developer preview and public beta stages to its official release this fall.
MacOS Mojave: What You Need to Know
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Highlights from Apple's WWDC 2018 keynote