Now that macOS 10.14 Mojave has been on our Macs for a few months now, bringing key iOS apps like News and Stocks to our desktops, Apple’s operating system is better than ever before. But, that’s not all: macOS 10.14 is also packed with amazing new and improved features, like the system-wide Dark Mode and boosted productivity via Finder.
In the next couple of years, more iOS apps should be coming to the best Macs. Apple confirmed this at WWDC 2019 by announcing Project Catalyst, which makes it simpler and more streamlined for developers to bring their iPhone and iPad apps to the Mac environment. Moreover, Project Catalyst has been available to developers since June 3 with macOS Catalina’s beta. Now that Catalina is out, a decent number of these apps are available as well. And, more should follow.
There’s already a lot to love about the macOS 10.14. And, despite macOS 10.14 coming with its own fair share of security issues, most notoriously KeySteal, the operating system is generally safe and secure.
Apple’s macOS 10.14 Mojave has been on our Macs for more than a year at this point and most, if not all, of the concerns have been addressed. Besides, any persisting issues are dwarfed by the many advantages this new OS brings to the table.
Apple unveiled macOS 10.14 Mojave back in June 2018 at the WWDC 2018 event, and during that time, many of its features were showcased. This announcement was then followed by a public beta launch in July 2018. Finally, a full launch of the operating system happened on September 24, 2018.
Apple has been keeping macOS 10.14 Mojave up to date with all the latest features. The newest of these updates, macOS 10.14.4, brought Dark Mode to Safari, alongside the Apple News+ service. Previous updates included a fix for the FaceTime Bug, which allowed other people to access your camera without you taking their call or giving them permission, as well as a supplemental update to boost reliability for the 2018 MacBook Air.
Apple has also rolled out macOS 10.14.5, though it isn’t the last major update to the operating system before macOS 10.15 is released. This update concentrated on stability, and is still very much worth downloading despite only touting more nuanced improvements.
Since macOS 10.14 Mojave has been available for some time now, there are a lot of new features to discover and take advantage of. Let’s dig into the best ones and do a run-down of everything your Mac can do.
From Finder enhancements to stricter security, the best Macs are about to become all the better.
macOS 10.14 requires at least 14.3GB of hard drive space to be installed, as that’s what was required last year. To be on the safe side, keep at least 20GB of free space.
Though, macOS Mojave does require more powerful hardware than High Sierra. macOS 10.13 required at least 2GB of RAM and OS X 10.8 or later – that’s not the case anymore. These are the Macs supported by macOS 10.14 Mojave.