Apple released MacOS developer Mojave 10.14.1 on Tuesday just one day after Mojave's first public release began. The release notes for the developer beta version are fairly thin, but for now this seems to be a bug fix.
Apple announced macOS Mojave at the global developer conference to be held in early June. New Mac OS updates include organizing Stacks Desktop files, quickly manipulating the Finder, enhancing capture and recording with built-in markup and editing, dark mode of the app, continuity of capture, and more.
To obtain this beta version you need to register with the Apple Developer Program. You can register on Apple's website.
If you are already using developer's Mojave beta version, please go to the system preference page. Update the software and search for and install the new update.
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