While Apple is interested in new projects, it releases updates that fix old software bugs. Apple recently released an additional patch for Mojave 10.14.6 due to the sleep mode issue that has occurred on Macs lately.
Apple announced macOS Catalina in April 2019. A few days ago, the release of the 5th beta for Catalina Apple has shown a great deal of effort. Apple, while developing the new project Catalina’yı Mojave, on the one hand, continues to correct errors. Apple today released a small software update for macOS Mojave to fix a permanent software bug.
On Thursday, Apple launched an additional update deployment for macOS Mojave 10.14.6. This was a minor update in general and specifically aimed at solving a primary problem: a persistent software error that could affect sleep wake-up performance. The error could cause some Macs not to wake up from sleep as it should.
Apple launched MacOS Mojave 10.14.6 at the end of July. To update, Mac owners simply open the “System Preferences” application, then open the “Software Update” and follow the on-screen instructions.