Apple on Monday released the finished version of macOS 10.14.6, what will be one of the last updates for Mojave.
The software can be downloaded by selecting "System Preferences" from a Mac's Apple menu, then clicking "Software Update."
The code is so far believed to be a maintenance update, cleaning up bugs and security vulnerabilities, since earlier beta seeds contained no significant feature changes. The most recent developer beta was seeded July 15.
Apple meanwhile continues work on macOS 10.15 Catalina, due sometime this fall. That software discontinues iTunes in favor of Music, TV, and Podcasts, while overhauling existing apps such as Photos, Reminders, and Notes. iPad owners will be able to use the tablet as a secondary display, and people with disabilities will be able to control the OS purely through voice.