Apple today released macOS Mojave to the public, the newest software for the company’s line of computers. The software was first announced at WWDC in June and enjoyed a long life in beta, but now it’s ready for primetime and available for Mac users.
Some of the updates include a system wide Dark Mode, Dynamic Desktop, an improved App Store.
Here’s how to download MacOS Mojave:
- Go to App Store
- Tap on the Update button on the far left of the top menu
- Check the Available Updates to see if MacOS Mojave is ready to be downloaded
MacOS Mojave will be available for the MacBook (2015 or newer), MacBook Air (2012 or newer), MacBook Pro (2012 or newer), Mac mini (2012 or newer), iMac (2012 or newer), iMac Pro and Mac Pro (2013 or newer and mid-2010 and later-2012 models).
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