Apple has released the sixth developer beta for macOS Mojave. The new update is around 3.52 GB in size and is available as an over-the-air update for existing users, and a developer beta download for Apple Developer members.
macOS Mojave is the latest update to Apple’s desktop/notebook operating system. Some of the major features in this release include a new Dark Mode, new apps including Home, Stocks and News, updates to Finder and Preview, new screenshot and screen capture tool, updated App Store, Group FaceTime, and much more
If you already have macOS Mojave developer beta installed, go to System Preferences > Software Update to download beta 6. Otherwise, follow our guide to download and install it to your Mac.
A word of caution: make sure that you backup your Mac to avoid any data loss, as Mojave is currently a developer beta. You can use Time Machine and an external hard drive to back up your Mac.
Download macOS Mojave Developer Beta 6
- If you haven’t already, sign up for an Apple Developer account. This will cost you $99/year. You can also search Reddit for the beta access utility, but that could be a risky option.
Once you log in, go to Downloads and look for macOS Mojave 10.14 beta. Click on the blue download button to download the beta access utility to your Mac.
- Open macOS Developer Beta Access Utility DMG file and run the pkg file. This will enroll your Mac in the Apple Developer Seed Program.
- Once the installation is complete, Mac App Store’s will open the download page for macOS Mojave. Click Download and grab some coffee because it might take sometime, depending on your Internet speed.
- Once download completes and the installer for macOS 10.14 Beta launches, follow the instructions to start the install process. Your Mac will restart a few times during installation. If you are using a MacBook, make sure that it is plugged into a charger to avoid low battery issues.
Once installation completes, you will be greeted with the new setup screens, including an option for choosing the new dark theme.
To learn about everything that’s new in macOS 10.14, check out our preview of macOS Mojave features.
Update: Apple has also released the fifth public beta for macOS Mojave. You can download it by following our guide here.