macOS Mojave announced
Apple went all out in featuring their new software updates for their current line-up of devices. This time around we’ll be taking a look at the macOS Mojave, the newest software update to the company’s PCs.
The new macOS Mojave will have the following features:
- Dark Mode
- Desktop and Finder – Stacks is added to the desktop, a feature that automatically stacks files into groups based on file type. Users can customize their Stacks with other file attributes such as date and even tags. The Finder receives an all-new gallery view and locating and accessing files is now streamlined and easier.
- News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home – New apps for users to tinker with.
- Group FaceTime – Apple’s version of a group conference video call. The feature even supports users who join via iPhone, iPad, or even the Apple Watch.
- All-New Mac App Store
- Enhanced Privacy and Security
- New on-screen controls for screenshots
- Continuity Camera – Allows users to take a picture or scan a document with their iPhone or iPad and have it instantly transferred to their Mac.
- Markup tools – Is no integrated into Finder, Quick Look, and Screenshots, making adding comments to contents and sharing it faster and more efficient.
The developer preview of macOS Mojave is now available to Apple Developer Progam members here, with a beta program opening in late June (access here). The macOS Mojave is available as a free software update to Macs released in mid-2012 or later and 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models with Metal-capable graphics cards.