MacOS Mojave is here for Macs dating from 2012 and newer: 8 ways it can update your Mac
Mac users, today's your day. The latest iPhones and Apple Watch may have stolen all the recent Apple headlines. But if you own a Mac, you should be just as jazzed, if not more so, by the arrival of MacOS Mojave.
On Monday, Apple formally released the new operating system to the public – it had been available as beta software.
Mojave is not a major update, but it still brings features and a fresh face to the computer – even machines long in the tooth – that many Mac owners will happily embrace. These include a dark new aesthetic, tools that promise to make it easier to place photos taken on your phone into documents on your computer, even apps that come over from the iPhone.
The new operating system is compatible with MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini and iMac dating as far back as 2012, as well as more recent models like the MacBook and iMac Pro. Check with Apple if you’re unsure whether your computer meets the requirements.
The update is free in the Mac App Store on your computer.
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