What's new in macOS Mojave beta 6

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Beta 6 of macOS Mojave was released to developers and betas to public testers as well on Monday. It is getting more difficult to discern changes between each build, but there were a couple notable aspects to talk about this time around.

Migration assistant got an overhaul, not in looks, but in features. It is now capable of transferring much more information from a Windows PC. Documents, contacts, calendar, email, and system accounts can all now be moved in addition to the Desktop and Documents folder it could in the past.

The new Home app lost many of the Apple-provided default wallpapers, instead, swapping them for new simple gradients in yellow, blue, and green hues. This helps match macOS Mojave to the most recent beta of iOS 12 which also saw the wallpapers change. Right now, it doesn't seem to sync these background images across devices, at least for us.

The sixth developer beta of macOS Mojave was released alongside the latest betas of watchOS 5, iOS 12, and tvOS 12.

Check out what changed last time around in beta 5.

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