Yesterday Apple made iOS12's beta available to the public, and now it's doing the same for its Mojave update to macOS. Starting today you can download and install a test version of Apple's latest desktop operating system, which features a dark mode option for nighttime computing and revamped App Store. There's also new anti-fingerprinting tools for the Safari browser and tweaks for desktop organization and how Finder looks and feels. We've got a full round-up of additions available in case you've forgotten what was announced at WWDC last month. It's okay, it's been a long month; we won't tell anyone.
Oh, and as a reminder, even with how much iOS and macOS might have in common, Apple is not merging the two operating systems. Of course, since this isn't final software, you'll potentially have a few bugs to deal with. Meaning, don't install it on a machine with data you aren't afraid to lose.