Apple launches macOS "Mojave" with dark mode, new apps, redesigned app store, and more
Initially released at the end of March 2001, Apple's desktop operating system has just reached the 15th major version. In 2016, Mac OS X became macOS with the release of the 10.12 version. Dubbed "Sierra," macOS 10.12 was followed by macOS 10.13 "High Sierra," and now the time has come for a well-known US desert to step in: macOS 10.14 is simply known as "Mojave."
According to Apple, these are the highlights of the new macOS release:
- Dark Mode with support for third-party apps
- Stacks for a clutter-free desktop
- Dynamic Desktop (desktop wallpaper changing depending on the time of the day)
- updated Finder with an all-new Gallery View and a Preview Pane, and more
- Continuity Camera with seamless integration across Mac and iPhone
- new apps — previously available on iOS — such as News, Voice Memos, Home, Stocks
- redesigned Mac App Store
In addition to the above, macOS 10.14 is the last version to offer support for 32-bit apps. There are also a few new languages supported, including Australian English, Canadian French, and Traditional Chinese for Hong Kong. If you want to know more about the latest macOS release, feel free to check out the official product page and/or the two movies embedded below.