Just one day after the release of macOS Mojave to the public, Apple today released the first macOS 10.14.1 beta for developers.
Apple does not specifically mention what this beta contains, but we will update it with new information as we go through the beta version.
macOS Mojave contains a completely new dark mode, Home and News apps and more. The release is available on most Macs from 2012 and beyond. It is available as a free download for eligible Macs.
Mojave also lays the foundation for marzipan apps in future versions of macOS. For those who are unaware, Marzipan is the code name for the framework that allows iOS apps that are ported to the Mac, but makes it easy for developers to do so.
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