Sometimes, under some circumstances, it feels impossible to wait for a new version of firmware to drop into the public domain. It’s that desire to get our hands on something which makes Apple Beta Software Program an excellent and rewarding experience.

Now, you can get your hands on macOS Mojave as public beta ahead of its general consumer release thanks to that program. We’re all here for the same thing so let’s jump right in.

Before we proceed, it’s important to know whether your Mac is compatible with macOS Mojave or not? You can check that out over at our guide here.

Step 1: First up, you’re going to need to be registered on Apple’s public beta software website. If you are already, then wonderful. If not, then head on over to the Apple Beta Software Program website (beta.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/) right now and get yourself signed up. You will need to go through the process with your Apple ID credentials in order to sign-up.

Step 2: Once signed up, select the macOS tab. You should see an option titled Enroll Your Devices. This will be in the top-right corner of the website. Select this option.

Step 3: You will then see an option to Download the macOS Public Beta Access Utility. Yes, you guessed it, you need to click on this button and make sure that the Utility downloads to your Mac successfully. Once downloaded, fire up the Utility and walk through the installer process.

Step 4: Once the installer processor is finished, the official Mac App Store will be automatically invoked and give you the listing for the macOS Mojave download. Select the Download button to start the download of the Mojave installer.

Make sure that you have a little bit of time on your hands and that you are connected to a reliable wireless network. The Mojave download will weigh-in at around the 5GB in size mark, which means that it’s going to take a little while to come down. Once it’s downloaded, follow the installation process through to get the Public Beta of Mojave on your compatible Mac.

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