The New macOS Mojave Arrives

The new version of Mac’s operating system began to show up in the Mac App Store today for all users with Macs that are compatible. Apple has a page that lists which machines can use it and some basics about upgrading.

Comments: 6 Responses to “The New macOS Mojave Arrives”

    Gavin
    9/28/18 @ 4:08 am

    MacOS upgrades may be free, but some of the software I use isn’t…. The SmallCubed MailSuite is a paid upgrade if you purchased/upgraded after Sept 2017, OpenGPG is now charging $27 (previously free) and if you want the latest VMware Fusion you’ll be out of pocket a few more $.

    So, the upgrade is going to be an expensive business; more so when you have a ZAR15 : US$1 exchange rate

    Robert
    10/1/18 @ 4:53 am

    Maybe software “outside” of standard Apple software has a charge. All Apple software that I have installed has free updates since 10 years ago when I bought Apple computers.

    Robert
    10/2/18 @ 12:10 pm

    Loaded Mojave after 3 tries. Have you noticed the darker line around all windows and other boxes? Interesting – wonder why.

    10/2/18 @ 12:16 pm

    Robert: Do you mean a more defined shadow line? I kind of see that. Hard to compare though.

    Patrick J. Conrey
    10/8/18 @ 10:22 am

    I have a late 2015 version of the iMac and looked to upgrade, but it appears that in not availabe to me. Is this machine now considered obsolete?

    10/8/18 @ 10:49 am

    A 2015 iMac should definitely be compatible. https://www.apple.com/macos/how-to-upgrade/ lists 2012 iMacs or newer. What is telling you that you can’t upgrade? When you try to download Mojave in the Mac App Store, does it show you a message or something else?

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