Apple's macOS Mojave includes numerous security and performance enhancements, along with new features and applications that will make life easier for both consumers and business professionals. This ebook runs through the key features, discusses alternative operating systems, and offers resources for learning more about the new OS.
From the ebook:
Apple announced macOS Mojave on June 4, 2018, at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). Mojave’s features include Dark Mode, iOS app support, and Group FaceTime. Data security and privacy are also key; end users will have more power over how the new system and the software that runs on it will use and access personal data stored on their devices to help safeguard their privacy.
macOS Mojave (officially deemed version 10.14) is the 15th major release of macOS (formerly known as OS X), Apple’s desktop operating system for its lineup of computer devices. Apple continues to derive its core OS from UNIX, while adding many new features to augment the existing framework of services that users rely on.
- OS X 10.8 or later
- 2 GB of memory
- 15 GB of available storage to perform upgrade
- Some features require an Apple ID
- Some features require internet access