Apple detailed macOS version 10.14 earlier this year at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The latest update for its desktop OS is called Mojave and it’s now available for download. The software was previously in beta and that ends today. Any and all Mac users with compatible devices can now update to Mojave, the latest iteration of Apple’s desktop OS.

There are several new features in macOS Mojave, including but not limited to a dark mode, a redesigned Mac App Store, improved file organization, and screenshots that are more useful. Mojave has been available in public beta for a few months now so anyone who wanted to try it out could but the vast majority of the public chooses to wait until the stable version of the software is released.

That’s precisely what’s happening today. Apple is now rolling out macOS Mojave to all supported devices. Users across the globe will get an update notification in the Mac App Store, informing them that a major update is now available for download.

Apple News, Voice Memos, Home, and Stocks are all apps that have been available on the company’s iOS devices and Mojave brings them to Mac for the very first time. The devices that support the latest OS update are mid-2012 MacBook Air and up, Late 2012 iMac and up, mid-2012 MacBook Pro and up as well as the early 2015 MacBook and up. Mojave is a free update for all users.

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