Apple Announces macOS 10.14 Mojave With Dark Mode, Dynamic Desktop, Stacks, More

Apple Announces macOS 10.14 Mojave With Dark Mode, Dynamic Desktop, Stacks, More

To wrap up a WWDC 2018 keynote that was distinctly lacking in major announcements, Apple gave us a rare sneak peek at something coming in the distant future. The feature seems to be meant to clean up the mess all the mac users you know.

In macOS Mojave, the Mac App Store has been completely redesigned with a new look and rich editorial content that makes it easy to find the right Mac app. Third-party apps may need to be updated to support Dark Mode, but it should be easy developers to do this in a time-efficient manner. Here in, the system changes the desktop picture to match the duration of a day. The new update will also bring other heavily requested features like desktop stacks, dark mode and auto-fill for two-factor codes. It's not just files of the same type that can be stacked - you can also group by date or by tag. The Dark Mode has been on the wishlist of iOS users for many years but, iOS 12 won't be getting it. While Safari saw a number of safety features, even the MacOS 10.14 will focus of security and privacy features.

The update also brings an all new file system and option for a new windowing service.

Similarly, Quick Actions in the preview pane let the user do things like creating and encrypt PDFs and run custom Automator Actions on files from the Finder itself. Quick Look has been updated as well with a similar Quick Actions set up to edit files without ever opening them. Stocks and Voice Memos will be on the Mac as well as been seen on the iPad. During WWDC 2018, the executive highlighted that these apps have debuted on Mac using iOS frameworks that have been adapted to macOS.

One of the exciting features for MacOS' latest update was the addition of a lot of key iOS tools, which users have been practically begging for in their desktops.

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Like iOS 12, there will be the option for group chats in FaceTime. The new frameworks will allow for applications to be run across iOS and macOS, with Apple using its News, Stocks and Home apps as examples of how "very few" code changes can create handsome new, yet familiar iOS apps on the Mac. While macOS already features an optional dark mode it now only applies to the dock and menu bar rather than program interfaces, but Mojave will enable users to darken every part of the OS, including System Preferences, Messages, Mail, Photos, Apple Music and Xcode. The Mac App Store will also get a long-overdue makeover, adding new app features, a ratings and review API, and newly designed product pages.

MacOS can be a bright operating system, in the literal sense.

The Mac App Store has been completely redesigned.

Along with WatchOS and iOS, Apple also outlined what it's been working on for its PC operating system for the past year - MacOS. Apple says users on macOS Mojave using Safari browser can relax with all-new Intelligent Tracking Prevention which will help block social media Like or Share buttons and comment widgets from tracking users without permission.