Apple just releases the eighth beta version of macOS Mojave. Here’s how you can download macOS Mojave 10.14 Beta 8 on your MacBook or iMac.
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What’s new in macOS Mojave 10.14 Beta 8?
Just like its mobile analog, macOS Mojave Beta 8 is devoid of any bug fixes (except for a minor one). This version comes with several new features and deprecates quite a few existing features.
Here’s the list of new features and bug fixes that come with macOS Mojave 10.14 Beta 8 –
- The CoreML framework receives plenty of new features and Batch prediction API.
- Users can now optionally request to use an external GPU (eGPU) when an app’s window is located on a display connected directly to the Mac.
- British English, Australian English, Canadian French, and Hong Kong Chinese are now a part of macOS Mojave.
- 3rd Party Apps cannot access protected storage unless you add them to the Application Data.
- Users might experience difficulty logging into their account as the keyboard layout may change unexpectedly at the Login window.
You can get the macOS Mojave Beta 8 update straight from your Apple Developer Center dashboard. However, if you are not enrolled in Apple’s developer program, just get the OTA Profile for this update and get downloading!
Download macOS Mojave Beta 8
Mac App Store Installer
- ZIP package (MD5: c5629a8c39d68a5eafaea199bdbea075)
Manual Update Files
Should you upgrade?
Apart from a few new features that are aimed towards professionals and developers, there’s nothing new in this update.
With that being said, you should consider upgrading to macOS Mojave Beta 8 if you are not satisfied with the current performance of your MacBook or iMac.
The macOS Beta community isn’t as big as that of iOS so it’s hard to know how a new update performs. So if you happen to hop on the latest beta weekly, please leave your comments below.