Apple just releases the sixth developer beta of macOS Mojave Beta 6 to developers. You can grab the latest update using the download link below.
What’s new in macOS Mojave Beta 6?
Just like previous updates, macOS Mojave Beta 6, too, focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements. Beginning with Beta 6, users will be able to better detect 32-bit processes.
Here’s the list of all new features present in this beta update –
- 32-bit processes will now trigger an alert on launch.
- Users can check 32-bit processes from the “System Information” app. The Software > Legacy Software section will display a list of all the impacted software.
You can download and install this beta update straight from the Apple Developer Center. However, if you are not a developer, you can download its OTA Profile using the link below.
Alternatively, you can use the Mac App Store link and download the .app update file on your Mac.
Download macOS Mojave 10.14 Beta 6
Mac App Store
Manual update files
Should you update?
Apple has already begun weeding out 32-bit processes and will completely abandon the aging architecture when the final build drops in September.
Therefore, you should consider updating to this version and ensure that you aren’t running older applications.
All in all, there’s nothing new in this updates (except for better legacy software detection) and you will be just fine if you decide not to update.