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Group FaceTime returns in first macOS 10.14.1 public beta

Anyone trying to install macOS 10.14.1 beta 1 can try Group FaceTime.
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macOS 10.14 Mojave is still new, Apple does not confront its crown. We released the first public beta of important updates.

Version 10.14.1 is not just a bug fix. That is the first thing with group face time, a feature that Apple has promised since the end of summer.

The group FaceTime was announced in June at the World Wide Developers Conference. Originally I planned to debut with Mojave 10.14 Apple pulled this feature in the middle of the beta test process. Because it does not work on time. Still, the company promised to be in the second half of this year.

This feature has also been removed from the iOS 12 pre-release version, but it has returned to the first iOS 12.1 beta version. This means that anyone running Apple's latest beta can join Group FaceTime calls with up to 31 other people.

macOS 10.14.1 beta 1 is available to everyone

Apple released macOS 10.14.1 beta 1 this week to those who participated in the Apple Developer Program. This costs $ 99 per year. But starting from now, anyone who wants to participate in the free Apple Beta program can use it. People who previously joined to access the beta version of Mojave are still in it, so you do not need to sign up again.

Please remember that this is pre-release software and may contain bugs. Please install carefully.

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