Apple released its latest major update to the desktop operating system recently, and now it’s moving forward with new beta software for a subsequent minor update.
Today, Apple seeded the second beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.1 to developers. This is more than likely a minor update across the board, meant to address any issues that have cropped up since the public launch of macOS Mojave 10.14 earlier this week. It more than likely also includes performance updates and other bug fixes.
To update, registered developers can download and install the new software from the System Preferences and selecting the “Software Update” option therein. This is a bit different than how it used to work in the past.
The latest update to Apple’s desktop operating system reflects the new version of iOS in some ways, including support for the group FaceTime feature. This was something Apple said would be launching at a later date, after being pulled from previous software versions, but it looks like the company is gearing up to finally release the feature. When group FaceTime does launch, it will allow users to have video call conversations with up to 32 different people at once.
If any additional new features are discovered in this latest beta, we will update this post accordingly.
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