macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta 5 Now Available for Developers

macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta 5
Written by Andy Prosper

Apple Releases MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta  5 a week after the 4th

Just a week after the release of the 4th beta, or even lesser than that, Apple has seeded macOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta edition. Developers can now lay their hands on macOS Mojave 5th beta just after a month in which the macOS update was released. MacOS Mojave has given users a new way to update their macs. Once the initial macOS  update has been downloaded using the old route, subsequent updates can be downloaded from System Preferences and selecting the “Software Update” option.

MacOS Mojave also brings back Group Face Time support that can hold 32 people in a video call, something that had been initially removed. iOS 12.1 beta also brings back support for the highly popular Group Face Time.

Gadgets that Support MacOS Mojave beta 5:

macOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta is an update that is available for free for mac users. Mojave 10.14.1 supports 2015 and later mac books and mid 2012 and later mac book airs. It also supports MacBook Pros starting from mid- 2012 to date and 2012 to date Mac minis and iMacs. You can also download the macOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta update on the 2013 Mac Pro.

To download any of the updates you need to be registered as a developer on Apple’s Developer Program and then you can get access to the beta versions of the updates. There is also a free public beta program that is available too.

New Emoji Characters with MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta:

Apple has released a whole new package of emoji characters with macOS Mojave. These same new emojis also appear on iOS 12.1 beta and watchOS 5.1

Nearly 70 new emojis have been added by Apple to macOS Mojave 10.14.1 with some of the new ones being characters with red hair, curly hair, no hair and greying hair and characters to represent super heroes, party face, cold face, a pleading face and a face with hearts.

Besides the above, Apple has also included new animals and food items such as kangaroos, lobsters, parrots and among the food items- mango, cupcake and lettuce.

Apple has also tweaked a few emojis giving them an update too like the iPhone emoji looks more like the iPhone X now with no bezels or a home button.

Further changes to MacOS Mojave:

Other than the new emojis there have been no other significant changes brought about in the first four macOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta. This MacOS Mojave Beta 5 is no different too. The 5th beta maybe only for bug fixes and also fixing some other issues as well.

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