macOS Mojave was not a big update at launch, but it is now better and smarter thanks to regular updates. In reality, macOS Mojave has been through multiple software updates since its release, making it one of the best macOS releases so far. Apple recently released the fifth beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.6 after months of testing.
The new beta won’t bring about new features as it focuses on performance enhancements and bug fixes. As usual, a macOS beta is aimed at developers, giving them a taste of the new features ahead of a public release. However, if you are not a developer, it’s fine to try out the software.
Keep in mind that a beta version may include bugs and unexpected issues. So, we recommend you create a backup of your Mac before proceeding.
How to Install macOS Mojave 10.14.6 beta 5 on your Mac
Step one: First off, open Safari on your Mac and then head over to Apple’s official developer page
Step two: Next up, sign in with your developer account. From here, you will be presented with a list of all macOS and iOS updates. Now just simply select macOS Mojave 10.14.6 beta 5 and hit the Download button.
Step three: Wait until the beta profile finishes downloading to your Mac. After that, open the Downloads window and click on macOS Developer Beta Access Utility.
Step four: From here, double-click macOS DeveloperBetaAccessUtility.pkg to run the installer on your Mac (the download may take several minutes).
Step five: Once the download is complete, the Mac App Store will automatically open. From here, hit the Download button and then install the developer beta on your Mac.
Step six: This will install the beta on your machine and then your Mac should restart to apply the change. Now, agree to the terms and conditions and hit the Install button. Just follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Once everything is ready, you now can enjoy the latest macOS Mojave update. If you stumble upon any issues with the latest update, make sure you check out our article for possible fixes.
How to Install macOS Catalina Beta 4 Without Developer Account
At this year’s WWDC, Apple revealed the successor to macOS Mojave after months of rumors and leaks. With macOS Catalina, Apple moved out of the desert to the beautiful waters off the California coast. macOS Catalina has been available for beta testing for a while, giving developers a glimpse of what’s coming to the final build.
Of course, you don’t need to be a developer to get the beta. In reality, there is a simple way to install the latest macOS Catalina beta without developer account. Here is how.
As usual, the beta version is not meant for public use, so you must be prepared to come across some issues and bugs.
Step one: First off, download the beta profile from here, then open the file and the Finder app will open
Step two: From here, double-click the macOSDeveloperBetaAccessUtility.pkg and the macOS Utility screen should open on your Mac
Step three: Follow the instructions, then click on Install and enter your passwords. Once your Mac has been enrolled with Beta profile, open System Preferences and check for macOS Update.
Step four: Hit the Upgrade button and follow the instructions to complete the installation. Your Mac should restart several times during the process.
macOS Catalina is not a significant update over macOS Mojave. However, it comes with lots of features Mac owners have been demanding for years. Apple still has a lot of work to do to improve macOS Catalina ahead of its final release.
If you stumble upon any problems with macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave, let us know in the comments below.