MacOS Mojave will feature a Dark Mode for everyone to take advantage of, with Xcode also supporting dark mode functionality. Let's have a look at what all of them are below.
Another Apple app coming to the Mac is the News app. Like the iOS App Store, which was redesigned a year ago, the new Mac App Store celebrates apps, games and developers with an all-new Discover tab featuring compelling stories, in-depth interviews, helpful tips, collections of must-have apps and more. There are brand new tabs to Discover, Create, Work, Play, and Develop with curated app collections based on specific purposes. For example, the Home app should make it convenient to monitor your smart devices, such as baby monitors and cameras right from the Mac. Some new apps on the store include Office 365, Lightroom CC, and BBEdit.
Finder now also has a Quick Actions toolbar which allows users to quickly create password-protect PDFs, run Automator actions, and more. As a result, Apple News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home have been introduced to macOS Mojave. You click on one to see all the content in one stack, and they stay organized: if you add an image to your desktop, it'll fly into the image stack.
Finder upgrades were also on show, with a new "gallery view" previewed by Apple.
Grouped notifications will also please anyone with a variety of group message threads or apps that send multiple alerts.
Among the most intriguing updates in Mojave is the inclusion of additional privacy and security measures in Safari, where Intelligent Tracking Prevention will help to block social media "Like" or "Share" buttons and comment widgets from tracking users without permission.
Of course, you don't have to use dark mode, but it's certainly easier on the eyes, especially if you're spending time in front of your computer at night. Voice Memos are also synced across all your devices using iCloud. The next macOS will be called macOS Mojave. Merging the two systems will reduce work and the company's confirmation was greeted by cheers from the audience on Monday. This will allow developers to easily port their iOS apps to macOS.
macOS Mojave also brings the long-awaited dark mode to the Mac, giving users an inverted color scheme. With Group FaceTime, you can make a group video call comprising of up to 32 people. If you feel you're using a certain application too much, you can set limits.
So what's new in macOS Mojave?