A week after releasing the fourth macOS Mojave 10.14.6 beta and two months after seeding macOS Mojave 10.14.5, Apple has launched its fifth macOS 10.14.6 developer beta.
Developers can download the builds of each operating system from the Apple Developer Center, together with the option to perform an over-the-air software update for devices already enrolled into the program.
Usually, the public beta is made available shortly after the developer version is distributed, via the Apple Beta Software Program website.
The fifth macOS 10.14.6 beta is build number 18G78a, moving on from the fourth, build number 18G71a. So far, Apple has released six builds of iOS 12.4, five of watchOS 5.3, and three of tvOS 12.4
No new features have been found in any of the operating systems by now, which means that they consist of performance improvements, bug fixes, and laying the ground work for services Apple is about to launch, such as Apple Card in iOS, for instance.
Additionally, Apple is running developer betas for milestone releases of its operating systems, which is about to be launched this fall. Specifically they are for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 Catalina.
As usual, Apple strongly suggests its users to avoid installing betas on their primary devices, due to bug fixes, data loss, or other issues. Instead, the company advises installing betas onto secondary devices and ensuring there are sufficient backups of important data before making any major changes.
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