Apple has seeded the eleventh beta build of MacOS Mojave to developers. The release happened yesterday, shortly after the Gather Round event at the Steve Job Theater. This new beta comes about two weeks after the previous beta as Apple continues to polish up the Operating System for release later this month.
Developers who are registered in the Apple Beta Program should already have this update available to them through the System Update feature in Mojave.
As for this build, like the previous one, it is about polish, fit & finish for Apple and testers. There aren’t any new features to speak of in the update, only tweaks and improvements to the underlying code. Apple did not provide any release notes for this update.
Mojave is going to bring a lot of great new features to Mac’s with a new system wide Dark Mode (along with transitioning wallpapers), Stacks on the desktop to keep similar file types organized, and marking up of screenshots with the markup tools.
The Apple News, Stocks, Home, and Voice Memos apps have been ported from iOS to macOS Mojave and will be a part of the standard build of MacOS 10.14 when it is released. As is well documented at this point, Group FaceTime will not a part of this release as Apple removed it from the MacOS and iOS beta build several build ago. The Cupertino company has indicated that the feature will be coming later this year to both platforms.