Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of macOS Mojave to developers to testing. The new beta comes two weeks after the initial beta release at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
Developers can install the second beta of the upcoming operating system on Macs that have the first beta installed by clicking on the Apple in the upper left-hand corner of the Mac Desktop, clicking on “About This Mac,” and clicking “Software Update.” Another way is to open your Mac’s System Preferences and clicking the “Software Update” icon.
The new macOS offer a much-anticipated “Dark Mode,” a new “Stacks” desktop organizing feature, and much more.
macOS versions of iOS apps News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home will make their debut in macOS Mojave.
macOS Mojave users will be able to join in Group FaceTime sessions with iOS and Apple Watch users. Up to 32 people can join in a conversation.
The Mac App Store gets a complete revamp highlighting new and updated apps in the Discover tab, as well as tabs for Create, Work, Play and Develop categories.
Screenshots deliver new on-screen controls for easy access to every screenshot option and new video recording capabilities. A streamlined workflow enables easy screenshot sharing without cluttering the desktop.
Continuity Camera allows Mac users to take a picture or scan a document nearby with their iPhone or iPad and have it appear instantly on their Mac.
Markup tools are now integrated into Finder, Quick Look and Screenshots, making it fast and efficient to add comments to content and share with others.