macOS Mojave: Apple releases 10.14.2 update

Apple next major revision to its Macintosh operating system is called macOS Mojave. The company revealed the update at its 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and it features several user interface improvements to make the experience on the Mac better.

In this FAQ, we’ll give you the general details on macOS Mojave: When it will be release, what Macs are compatible, etc. We’ll add more details to this article as they become available.

Editor’s note: Updated 12/5/18 with the release information for macOS Mojave 10.14.2.

The latest: macOS Mojave 10.14.2 now available

Apple on Dec. 5 released version 10.14.2 of macOS Mojave. According to the release notes, the update of the operating system includes support for real-time text for Wi-Fi calling, the ability to open articles in Safari from the News app, and a bug fix for iTunes that allows media to be played on third-party speakers.

The release notes also detail the following enterprise updates:

Allows administrators to enable FileVault via MDM for mobile accounts and users created by MDM.

Allows users to reset their login password at the login window when that password has expired via a password policy.

Resolves an issue that prevents displays from working when connected to MacBook Pro models introduced in 2018, if certain third-party USB graphics devices are also connected.

You need an internet connection to perform the installation. You should save your work first, and backup your Mac. To update to macOS Mojave 10.14.2:

  1. In macOS Mojave, click on the Apple menu and select About This Mac.

  2. Click on the Software Update button. This will open the Software Update system preference.

  3. Software Update will check for Mojave 10.14.2. An Update Now button will appear when it sees it. Click it and the update will download and then install.

Your Mac will need to restart to finish the installation.

When will macOS Mojave be released?

MacOS Mojave was released on September 24.