The first of macOS Mojave's new features is Dark mode.
First of all, and most obviously Apple is finally implementing a dark mode on in this release.
Apple revealed its latest version of its macOS operating system, macOS 10.14 Mojave, at its WWDC 2018 conference, and we've now got a glimpse of some of the new features that the updated Mac operating system will bring. You'll also be able to drag screenshots and videos into a new document. These are icons of the website's logo that are created to make quickly switching between the correct tabs easier.
Apple is also adding another feature to improve the way things look with a clever new Dynamic Desktop that automatically changes the desktop picture to match the time of day.
"There can be a lot of sensitive data on your devices and we think you should be in control of who sees it". Users can arrange their stacks by file type, date modified or tags.
For those seeking further productivity, you'll now also be able to mark documents or tweak files or make slight changes to files inside of Quick Look.
With Memoji, you can modify various facial features, such as your eye wear or facial hair. The service gives access to live channels and on-demand programmes via the new Spectrum TV app on either the Apple TV 4K, iPhone and iPad, integrated with Siri and Apple TV app.
Not all changes will be immediately apparent.
After Google announced its "Digital Wellness" for Android system, a function that can allow users to monitor how much they've spent on their handset, Apple followed suit in response to concerns raised by its investors calling for digital locks for kids. Safari also has an interesting new option that lets you disable comment sections and social sharing buttons on websites (though you have to enable it yourself). However, the latter is still available from the App Store at this point in time. New and updated apps are highlighted in the Discover tab, while tabs for Create, Work, Play, and Develop aid in locating certain apps for a specific goal. The Stocks app is also getting a massive update with integration of the News app. Developers will have access to the new SDK to port their iOS apps to the Mac in 2019, and Apple will make it easy to make iOS apps feel natural on the Mac with keyboard and mouse inputs, windows that can be resized, scrolling, and support for various display sizes.