Apple has used this year’s opening keynote of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference to officially introduce the world to macOS 10.14. The next-generation of its Mac operating system, macOS 10.14 takes the platform to the next level, and, of course, we have all of the details right here.
WWDC is predominantly aimed at developers and giving them access to Apple’s engineers. However, the opening keynote is becoming increasingly overloaded with firmware-based announcements, compounded by the fact that Apple has an ever-growing number of platforms to support.
macOS – formerly OS X – is one of the oldest of those platforms and has been taken to version 10.14, named Mojave, and comes complete with all of the improvements and feature enhancements mentioned below.
As previewed prior to the official opening of WWDC, this latest version of Apple’s Mac operating system contains the stunning system-wide Dark Mode that was discovered and shared with the world by developer Steven Troughton-Smith. This beautiful Dark Mode is definitely going to be appreciated by the Mac-using faithful. The existence of the video, which was where the original leak was derived from, was also correct in the fact that the Mac App Store is getting a refresh to include video previews for developers to show off their apps. And, of course, we also have the gorgeous new Mac implementation of the original iOS Apple News app, which feels and looks stunning in macOS 10.14.
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