macOS Mojave: Apple releases 10.14.6 supplemental update

In September 2018, Apple released macOS Mojave, the current version of the Mac operating system. (In case you’re keeping track, it’s version 10.14.) In this FAQ, we’ll give you the general details on macOS Mojave: When it will be release, what Macs are compatible, etc. We’ll add more details to this article as they become available.

Editor’s note: Updated 8/1/19 with the release information for the macOS Mojave 10.14.6 supplemental update.

The latest: macOS Mojave 10.14.6 supplemental update now available

On August 1, 2019, Apple released a supplemental update of macOS Mojave 10.14.6. According to Apple, this update includes a fix for an issue “that may prevent certain Macs from waking from sleep properly.”

You need an internet connection to perform the installation. You should save your work first, and backup your Mac. To install the update:

  1. In macOS Mojave, click on the Apple menu and select About This Mac.

  2. Click on the Software Update button. This will open the Software Update system preference.

  3. Software Update will check for the Mojave 10.14.6 Supplemental Update. An Update Now button will appear when it sees it. Click it and the update will download and then install.

Your Mac will need to restart to finish the installation.

When was macOS Mojave released?

MacOS Mojave was released on September 24, 2018.

How can I get macOS Mojave?

Learn how to install macOS Mojave.

Apple will make macOS Mojave available through the Mac App Store. The download will probably be over 2GB, and the installation will take several minutes, so use a reliable internet connection and be prepare to not be able to use you Mac for anything else other than the installation. Updates to Mojave will happen through the Software Update system preference, a change from previous versions that did updates through the App Store.