Apple has released an update for 2018 MacBook Air called macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Supplemental Update. The update contains stability and reliability fixes, but no new features. Users with the new MacBook Air should go to System Preferences > Software Update to download the update.
Announced at the October 30 event, the MacBook Air was updated after a long, long time with many much-awaited features. A Retina Display with thin bezels, faster Intel processor, TouchID, Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports with support for eGPUs, third-generation butterfly keyboard, large force-tough trackpad and all-day battery life round up the list of features. These features finally bring the Air up to speed with other current generation Macs. Apple also announced the new Mac mini and iPad Pro at the same event.
macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Update for 2018 MacBook Air
macOS Mojave 10.14 released in September with a new dark mode, enhancements to Finder and Quick look, new screenshot and video recording app, dynamic wallpapers, desktop stacks and much more. Check our list of macOS Mojave features for our in-depth coverage. A small point update, macOS Mojave 10.14.1 was released last month with Group FaceTime and 70 new emojis. This new MacBook Air specific update has the same version number, i.e. 10.14.1, but the build number is different for the system.
Apple’s release notes for macOS Mojave 10.14.1 supplemental update only say the following:
The macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Supplemental Update improves the stability and reliability of MacBook Air (2018) computers and is recommended for all users.
The update is available now for the new MacBook Air via Software Update. It can also be downloaded as an offline installer via Apple’s support page.
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