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Apple Seeds Second Beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.2 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Available]

Apple today seeded the second beta of an upcoming macOS Mojave 10.14.2 update to developers, one week after seeding the first beta and a little over a week after releasing the macOS Mojave 10.14.1 update.

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.

No new features were discovered in the first 10.14.2 beta, but we'll update this post if anything new is found in the second beta.

macOS Mojave 10.14.2 comes shortly after the release of macOS 10.14.1, an update that brought support for Group FaceTime on the Mac and introduced new emoji characters.

Update: Apple has also made a new beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.2 available for public beta testers.

Related Roundup: macOS Mojave


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1 week ago

One step closer to a “universal” OS

Rating: 5 Votes
1 week ago

What a stupid location to put OS Updates.


More like iOS now.
Rating: 2 Votes
1 week ago
Will be stuck on High Sierra until nvidia and Apple stop being stubborn and release drivers for my Macbook pro...
Rating: 2 Votes
1 week ago

[doublepost=1541614637][/doublepost]10.14.1 is available?

My App store doesn't say so...


Look in System Preferences. Software Update
Rating: 1 Votes
1 week ago
I finally upgraded to Mojave today. The mix of applications in dark mode and not in dark mode is jarring. And then you have websites like this one that are also blinding if you've been working in a dark mode app for a bit. The fact that the web doesn't yet support dark modes makes it kinda useless and feel like it's a big jumble of black boxes and white boxes on my display. And even when front end developers can test for dark mode, they still have to implement CSS for it, which I doubt most sites will do for years. Hopefully this improves soon. At least on the iPhone it's only one app at a time, so it wouldn't look as weird…I think…
Rating: 1 Votes
1 week ago

More like iOS now.

it was literally there from the birth of Mac OS X all the way up until mountain lion. It's spent more time there than in the App Store.
Rating: 1 Votes
1 week ago

Look in System Preferences. Software Update

What a stupid location to put OS Updates.
Rating: 1 Votes
1 week ago

I finally upgraded to Mojave today. The mix of applications in dark mode and not in dark mode is jarring. And then you have websites like this one that are also blinding if you've been working in a dark mode app for a bit. The fact that the web doesn't yet support dark modes makes it kinda useless and feel like it's a big jumble of black boxes and white boxes on my display. And even when front end developers can test for dark mode, they still have to implement CSS for it, which I doubt most sites will do for years. Hopefully this improves soon. At least on the iPhone it's only one app at a time, so it wouldn't look as weird…I think…


As the world’s website and app lemmings designers followed Apple and went to blinding white with low-contrast light blue font after iOS 7 (even Starbucks menus), don’t worry. Jony Ive goes with circular signal strength bars, contacts avatars, and dialer buttons, and the lemmings follow suit within a year, even long-awaited Simplisafe hardware is now bland, circular, and colorless. Everything will soon lemmingly go dark, even if with questionable functional improvement.
Rating: 1 Votes
1 week ago

What a stupid location to put OS Updates.

It was there for the longest time.
Rating: 1 Votes

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