Apple announced the next version of its desktop operating system at this week’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC): macOS Mojave. Due out in the fall, Mojave doesn’t bring a lot of new features, but some of the changes will be very visible.
Much of the work on macOS Mojave is under the hood, bringing refinements to the guts of the operating system. Gone are the days when Apple could tout 100 or more new features in an OS update; instead, now they focus on a half-dozen marquee features, while still tweaking the operating system in lots of little ways.
The biggest change you’re likely to notice in Mojave is dark mode. You may already have some apps that offer this option; this will become an OS-wide setting, turning everything from light to dark.
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