UPDATE: macOS 10.14.1 beta 1 is now available to public beta testers.

Just one day after releasing macOS Mojave to the public, Apple has today seeded its first macOS 10.14.1 beta to developers.

Apple doesn’t mention specifically what is included in this beta, but we’ll update this post with new information as we dig through the beta.

macOS Mojave includes an all new dark mode, Home and News apps, and more. The release is available on most Macs from 2012 and beyond. It’s available as a free download to eligible Macs.

Mojave also lays the groundwork for Marzipan apps in future releases of macOS. For those unaware, Marzipan is the codename for the framework that allows iOS apps that are ported to the Mac, but makes it easy for developers to do so.

Let us know in the comments below if you spot anything new.

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