The new mode, which allows users to switch to a darkened colour scheme, would be a welcome addition for those who work for long hours at night and for designers and artists. macOS Mojave's new dark mode works with built-in apps such as Mail, Messages, Maps, Calendar and Photos, which have been redesigned accordingly to improve visibility. The changes also apply to Apple's native mac apps, and there's a developer API for third party apps to gain the same style.
Dynamic Desktop is another design aspect of Mojave that causes the background to change according to what time of day it is.
Desktop stacks is Apple's new effort to help keep the macOS desktop clean for users. However, the users can customize their Stacks by altering file properties like date and tags.
My favorite feature of macOS Mojave Desktop is Stacks - a life-saving feature for people with a messy desktop like me.
Quick Actions allow users to do things like create and password-protect PDFs and run custom Automator Actions on files right from Finder. Users can also create their own quick actions-making it easier to automate niche workflows. There is also integration with smart home devices and new protection to prevent apps from accessing your information without consent.
Apple has confirmed that the developer preview of macOS Mojave is now available to Apple Developer Program members at developer.apple.com. News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home are all now available in Mojave, giving you the same experience with each as you would on iOS.
The Mac App Store will get a visual refresh with the upcoming macOS Mojave update. macOS 10.14 will bring in a new design for the store similar to update we received previously for the App Store in iOS 11. Now, the new and updated apps are highlighted under the Discover tab.
The Mac App Store is also getting a redesign. On a positive note, it should be largely automated, but less positively, Apple's still saying no to touchscreen Macs.
The Mac App Store is completely redesigned and features rich editorial content and new tabs for easier app discovery.
Apple introduced the next major update to the MacOS operating system on Monday: It's called Mojave.
A new update to Safari will see the addition of Intelligent Tracking Prevention, which will stop social media buttons such as "Like" and "Share" that are commonly found on websites from tracking users without their permission. In the new MacOS 10.14 Mojave, the OS will start alerting the user whenever a certain app tries accessing your camera and microphone or starts going through your personal data.