MacOS 10.14, also known as MacOS Mojave, has officially been released from Apple. The update was released just a few minutes ago and brings a wealth of updates and changes to the Operating System. It has been in beta testing since June after being announced at WWDC.
You can download it directly at this link
The update, which is available for just about every Mac device made in 2012 or later, can be found in the MacOS App Store under updates. It is a hefty download so be prepared for about a 30 minute update cycle depending on your Mac’s speed and your download speeds. Also keep in mind that you will not be able to use your Mac during the upgrade process so plan that into your schedule today when you plan on upgrading.
If you aren’t sure if your MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac, iMac Pro, or Mac Pro is going to get the update, check out my handy guide on which devices will have the update available to them.
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