MacOS Mojave Is Now Available for Download!
Back in WWDC 2018, Apple announced the successor of macOS High Sierra – macOS Mojave, which features significant updates compared to the then-ongoing macOS High Sierra. It was announced back in June, along with a developer and public betas, before releasing the Golden Master version last week, right before today’s release.
This year’s macOS Mojave does introduce some pretty significant updates. One of the most talked-about features is Dark Mode, where the entire user interface turns dark when turned on. It’s a nice design implementation that a lot of users will appreciate. Another features that was given quite a lot of coverage is the Dynamic Desktop, where the desktop background will change depending on the time of day.
There’s also a new feature called Stack, where it bids farewell to messy cluttered desktops. Stack automatically organizes files into different groups. You can group them by the file types, date, or even by tags.
The Finder also receives numerous updates. You can now view a file’s complete metadata without having to right click and select info, and it’s easier to locate a file by its looks. The new Gallery View also allows you to view an image in large format without even having to open up the file. Quick Look is also included, where you can mark up images or PDFs, crop or rotating them, and even goes as far as trimming audio and video files without even opening them.
Here is the list of devices that will run macOS Mojave:
• MacBook (Early 2015 or newer)
• MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or newer)
• MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or newer)
• Mac mini (Late 2012 or newer)
• iMac (Late 2012 or newer)
• iMac Pro (2017)
• Mac Pro (Late 2013, Mid 2010 and Mid 2012 models with recommended Metal-capable graphics cards)
If your device is on the list, you’re in luck. To receive the update, head over to the Mac App Store. The macOS Mojave update should be shown in the featured gallery. You can also click this link to bring up the update in Mac App Store.