Apple announced macOS Mojave release date as September 24 during the iPhone Xs and iOS 12 event. This is macOS 10.14, which will arrive on your Apple computer soon year to replace macOS High Sierra. Apple packs in a number of key fixes and important new features that push ahead in some areas and catch up with Windows 10 in others. This is what you need to know about the new macOS update.
macOS Mojave Release Date
The macOS Mojave release date is September 24th. Although not confirmed yet, you can expect it will arrive around 10 AM Pacific, 1 PM Eastern.
Apple announced a host of features that work alongside the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, so it makes sense to see the macOS 10.14 release date arrive near the iOS 12 release date, which is September 17th.
macOS Mojave Compatibility
The new macOS 10.14 update is coming to a wide range of Apple computers. The update will run on Macs introduced in mid-2012 or later, plus 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models with recommended Metal-capable graphics cards. This is not a major surprise, but it is good news for users that want new features without upgrading to new hardware.
If your computer is on macOS Sierra or macOS High Sierra, you can likely install the new Mojave update this fall to on your computer as a free upgrade. Keep in mind that not all features are available to older devices. Processing power, and connectivity are the missing link on older devices.
New macOS Mojave Features
Apple shared a number of new macOS Mojave features today. Some are available in the beta that is out this month, while others are not going to show up until later this year when the full release arrives. You’ll need iOS 12 to use all of the features coming to macOS 10.12.
- macOS Mojave Dark Mode
- Stacks to Organize Your Desktop
- Finder Upgrades to Make it Easier to Manage Files
- Quick Actions to Manage Media and PDFs
- Group FaceTime
- All New Mac App Store
- Privacy and Security Updates to Keep You Safe
- Screenshots Allow Easier Controls & New Screen Recording Features
- Use Your iPhone to Take a Picture On Your Mac or Scan a Document
- News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home are Now on Mac
These are just a few of the new macOS Mojave features that are coming to your Mac this fall. We’re diving into the beta to see what else is coming so that we can share more about this update.
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