Apple releases public beta of macOS Mojave

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Apple has released a public beta version of macOS Mojave. All users with a supported Mac can install the trial version. The new operating system includes a dark mode and anti-tracking tools.

To install the Mojave Preview, Mac owners must sign in to the Apple Beta Software Program. From there, users can register their computer or laptop for the beta, after which the operating system can be installed. The trial version of macOS Mojave works on virtually all Mac computers released after 2012. This concerns the MacBooks, the Mac mini, the iMac and iMac Pro variants and the Mac Pro.

Apple announced macOS 10.14 Mojave in early June at its WWDC developer conference. The operating system was also immediately released as a beta for developers and the final version will be released in the fall.

The new operating system includes a new dark mode and a new version of Safari that prevents fingerprinting tracking. Safari also shows a notification if, for example, Facebook tries to track the user via a Like button.

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