Apple releases third beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.4 for developers — 2022

Apple has released a few minutes ago the third beta for developers corresponding to the version macOS Mojave 10.14.4 that the company will launch in the coming weeks for all users. All this comes after the launch of thesecond betaof this version accompanied by the corresponding betas of other systems such as iOS, tvOS and watchOS, although we still have no news about new betas of these.

What's new in this beta 3 of macOS Mojave 10.14.4?

This new beta, only available to those developers enrolled in the beta tester program of Apple , brings some expected changes and that can be considered with some importance for users.

MacBook Air 2018

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Service Apple News is coming to Canada with this version after for years it has been only available in the United States. This service will reach the North American country in both English and French, the two languages ​​spoken in this country. Also improvements in Safari are visible in this version and it is that the Apple browser will incorporate dark mode automatically on some websites prepared for it and will integrate Touch ID for field autofill functionality .

In addition to these novelties we also find the typical bug fixes and performance improvements that Apple usually incorporates into its new versions.

For now we have no information about the release of this version for public testers , however it is possible that this launch will take place in the next few hours or during the next few days. If you already have a beta installed on your Mac, all you have to do is go to System Preferences > Software Update and you can proceed to the download and subsequent installation of this new beta.

We will continue to report on this and other beta versions that Apple releases, as it is expected that this week a new beta of iOS 12.2 could be released to solve the tediousConnection issueswith some iPhones.

Have you been able to install the beta? Have you noticed anything new that hasn't been commented on? Tell us about it in the comments.