Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.2 to Developers [Update: Now Available]

Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming macOS Mojave 10.14.2 update to developers, just one day after releasing macOS Mojave 10.14.1.

The new macOS High Sierra 10.14.2 beta can be downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences after the proper profile has been installed from Apple's Developer Center.


We don't yet know what improvements the second update to macOS Mojave will bring, but it is likely to include bug fixes and performance improvements for issues that weren't able to be addressed in the macOS 10.14.1 update.

Should we discover anything new in the 10.14.2 beta, we'll update this post.

The new 10.14.2 software comes just a day after Apple released macOS 10.14.1, an update that brought support for Group FaceTime on the Mac and introduced new emoji characters.

Update: Apple has removed the macOS Mojave 10.14.2 developer beta from the Developer Center for unknown reasons.

Update 2: The macOS Mojave 10.14.2 developer beta is available for download again.

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2 weeks ago
New High Sierra beta 10.14.2 huh? That’s neat. I’m on Mojave and don’t want to go backwards though.
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2 weeks ago
They saw you wrote High Sierra instead of Mojave, and pulled it back to check their sanity. :)
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2 weeks ago

This beta is pulled according to the Dev portal


apple cant catch a break. watchOS 5.1 was pulled, issues with homePod 12.1 not being released and now this lol.
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2 weeks ago
I said it before and I'll say it again. Apple's software is its weakest product and the team needs some serious restructuring. (yes i know this is a beta, but in combination with everything else it's valid)
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2 weeks ago

I said it before and I'll say it again. Apple's software is its weakest product and the team needs some serious restructuring. (yes i know this is a beta, but in combination with everything else it's valid)


I agree, although I think it is not the team, but rather the leadership culture that puts marketing and BS ahead of everything else.
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2 weeks ago
Le oops.

Better safe than sorry, though, especially after the Watch fiasco.
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2 weeks ago

I am really bummed out! I was expecting 10.14.1 and Safari 12.0.1 to fix that small favicons on my Touch Bar but they’re still small squares instead of filling up the entire buttons like they always did on 10.12.1 all the way to 10.13.6 with Safari 11.

Is Apple ever going to take care of this?!! My OCD can’t take it anymore! And I’m definitely not doing a clean install just to find that nothing changes!


I think its dependent on the website, I still have some favicons which take up all of the TouchBar...

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2 weeks ago

I am really bummed out! I was expecting 10.14.1 and Safari 12.0.1 to fix that small favicons on my Touch Bar but they’re still small squares instead of filling up the entire buttons like they always did on 10.12.1 all the way to 10.13.6 with Safari 11.

Is Apple ever going to take care of this?!! My OCD can’t take it anymore! And I’m definitely not doing a clean install just to find that nothing changes!

Safari 12.0.1 is already out with yesterday updates
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2 weeks ago
I think I'll wait awhile this time instead of chasing the weekly builds.
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2 weeks ago

This thread is about the 10.14.2 developer beta.


I know which is why I commented about something not fixed in 10.14.1 that I would like 10.14.2 to fix. It's not like anyone here has much insight into the changes in 10.14.2 when the beta was only released today. Jeez man.
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