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macOS Mojave now has an official release date for all users

Apple in the recently completed Keynote has decided to announce the arrival date of Mojave macOS to all users with compatible devices. Next day September 24th will be officially available to all users who want to upgrade their Macs, as long as they are compatible, which you can check here .

If you’re attached to Apple’s betas program, both for developers and public beta testers in the next few hours we’ll surely see the Golden Master in order to enjoy what will be the final version and be able to report the latest bugs, if any.

macOS Mojave now has an official release date for all usersmacOS Mojave now has an official release date for all users

Like the iOS version, Mojave macOS comes to focus on performance and stability rather than visual novelties. During the time we have been testing the previous betas, we have been able to verify this evolution, attesting to it.

One of the most visual new features of MacOS Mojave is focused on the new Mac App Store , where it has been redesigned to have an interface very similar to iOS, with editorials and recommendations.

Internally, Apple has been working on improving operating system security, with greater control over data and better prevention tracking. For our use and enjoyment we have the new automatic secure passwords that work both in Safari and in the applications themselves. Their function is very similar to 1Password .

We are already looking forward to September 24th so that all of you can enjoy this new version of the operating system for your Mac and its corresponding new features.

Will you be installing Mojave macros on your Mac or waiting for user feedback?