Apple has released macOS 10.14.1 beta 4 for developers
A few short weeks from the third beta, Apple has yesterday launched macOS 10.14.1 beta 4 to the developers. The new version includes support for Group FaceTime, and many other small improvements.
macOS Mojave has introduced a new Dark Mode, new applications arising directly from iOS, and many other small but useful innovations. This version of macOS is available on most of the Mac sold from 2012 onwards.
The main novelty expected for macOS 10.14.1 is the introduction of calls and group video calls on FaceTime. Just like in iOS 12.1, FaceTime will support this function with a maximum of 32 participants per call and video call. It is likely that these two new operating systems are released by the end of October, simultaneously with the market launch of the iPhone XR.
With macOS 10.14.1. beta 4, Apple has only fixed some small problems and optimized the operating system. Calls and group video calls seem to work quite well already, then the arrival is now imminent.
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