macOS 10.14

Apple announces macOS Mojave, includes dark mode

macOS Mojave

At WWDC 2018, Apple revealed the next version of macOS. Called Mojave, macOS 10.14 includes a number of new features including a dark mode.

The dark mode affects everything with the OS. Better still, the desktop can change throughout the day automatically.

With Desktop Stacks, there's a new way to declutter a desktop. There's also a Quick Actions feature in Finder and the ability to see full metadata. These Quick Actions are customizable.

Quick Look also includes all-new Markup tools. Screenshots have also been improved in macOS Mojave.

A new Continuity Camera feature was also demoed that allows you to bring images from iPhone to a Mac app without saving the file first.

The Apple News app is also arriving on Mac.  Voice Memos are also arriving this fall.

On the security front, Apple's bringing new protections to Mac. This includes the ability to limit location tracking to specific apps. Safari includes new security tools too.





Leak suggests macOS 10.14 to include dark mode, News app and more

X-Code 10 Leak

The next version of macOS is almost certainly going to be revealed on Monday, June 4 at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Now there's proof, courtesy of a 30-second video preview of Xcode for macOS 10.14 accidentally leaked by Apple and discovered by developer Steve Troughton Smith. The leak is significant in that it probably gives away at least three secrets about the next operating system for Mac.