11 New macOS Mojave Features That Will Change How You Use Your Mac

This is what’s new in macOS Mojave, the newest Mac operating system that you will be able to install later this year to get a host of new features for your Apple computers. When possible we’ll compare macOS Mojave to macOS High Sierra specifically so you can see those changes.

Apple announced macOS Mojave on stage during WWDC alongside iOS 12, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12. This update is coming in the fall, but there is a macOS Mojave beta available that allows you to test the features early.

For regular users there are some good reasons not to install the beta, but these will change over time and ultimately there are some excellent reasons to try the macOS 10.14 beta ahead of the full release in the fall.

Apple adds a new Dark Mode, Stacks to your Desktop, a changing background, new apps that you’re already using on your iPhone and much more in Mojave. We’re walking you through what’s new in macOS 10.14 with the most exciting macOS Mojave features and changes.

macOS Mojave Dark Mode

macOS Mojave Dark Mode

Apple finally offers a dark mode for the Mac that is built-in and that carries over to your apps. The new Dark Mode includes a darker desktop background and darker colors in all of the menus and settings. 

This puts the focus on your content and isn't as blindingly bright when you are using your Mac at night. With Dark Mode enabled the built-in Mac apps like Mail, Messages, Maps, Calendar and Photos also appear on screen with a darker look. 

Apple allows third party apps to support Dark Mode. By the time the public Mojave release date arrives expect many of your favorite apps to support this feature. 

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