Download macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta and Install it on Your Mac
Enrolled developers can download macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta right now and install it onto their Mac computers. Here are the different routes you can take.
Download macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta Today and Take it for a Spin
The new version of macOS packs a brand new Dark Mode, Apple News and a whole lot more. Needless to say that Apple has crammed in a generous amount of features under the hood and you can learn more about them by going over to this link.
In this post however, we would like to inform our readers that they can download macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta right now and install it onto their Macs. Of course, it's available for registered developers only for now, with the Public Beta stated for release at a later date.
There are two routes you can take in order to download macOS 10.14 Mojave and ultimately install it; first is the clean install method which will erase everything from your Mac and leave you with a fresh copy of the latest beta. Secondly, you can just perform an over the air update of the OS with your files, settings and pretty much everything else in tact.
Download macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta Over the Air
First and foremost, head over to the Apple Developer Program website and sign in (paid membership required).
- Click on the Downloads option under Additional Resources on the left.
- Under featured downloads, find macOS 10.14 Beta and click on the blue Download button next to it.
- The macOS Beta Access Utility will be dowloaded immediately into your Downloads folder. Click to launch it and install it.
- Once you are done, you can just launch the Mac App Store, go to the Updates section and you'll see macOS 10.14 Beta over there for download. Click on the Update button next to it and the download will commence immediately.
Clean Install macOS 10.14 (Check Back Later)
If you want the maximum performance related benefit from macOS 10.14, then it's obvious that you should go ahead with a clean install of the OS on your Mac. It is a slightly challenging process, and requires you to download the complete OS from the Mac App Store, create a USB installer out of it and install it. You'll lose your files in the process therefore create a backup on an external storage medium right now if you haven't already.