Hot on the heels of updates to iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, Apple has also seen fit to launch an update to its desktop operating system, macOS.
Apple on Monday officially released the latest version of macOS Mojave, version 10.14.6. This update to the software is minor in scale, but it’s not without its new additions. That includes improvements to Apple News+, and plenty of bug fixes as well.
To update, Mac owners with supported hardware need to open the System Preferences app, and then select the “Software Update” option. From there, simply follow the onscreen instructions.
macOS Mojave 10.14.6 includes improvements to Apple News+, including making downloaded issues available in the My Magazines section, both online and offline. There are several other tweaks to the app as well, aiming to improve the service. There are other improvements and tweaks, including bug fixes and other improvements.
The new software is available now, and, as usual, it is a free update.