macOS 10.14

How to identify legacy Mac apps

legacy apps macOS mojave

There's a Legacy apps tool in macOS Mojave. Here's how to use it.

At the 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple confirmed macOS Mojave would be the last version to support 32-bit apps. To help developers and users alike find out whether their Macs use these apps, Apple has introduced a tool in the System Report in macOS Mojave. Though similar to a tool found in macOS High Sierra, this one makes it even clearer that support will soon end for these apps.

macOS Mojave wallpapers for desktop and iPhone

Mojave's best new features

With each new release of macOS, we expect a great new system wallpaper, and macOS 10.14 Mojave is no exception. In this post we not only provide you two macOS Mojave wallpapers for your Mac or other desktop computer, but we also bring them to your iPhone. 

In macOS Mojave, Facebook and Twitter lose integration

Third-Party Integration

Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites no longer have third-party integration in macOS Mojave. The shift follows a similar move that was enacted with iOS 11 in 2017. With the change, accessing and sharing information with those services on your Mac will require a few more steps.

First look at the News app in macOS Mojave

Mac News App

In macOS Mojave, Apple is bringing apps from iOS to the Mac for the first time, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home. The News app for Mac offers all the content you've come to expect from the curation app in a design that looks familiar. Here's a quick look at the News app for macOS.