After going through the news of iOS 12 beta with our first compilation of images of the mobile operating system, the time has come to turn our attention to the macOS 10.14 Mojave beta!
Announced last Monday, on the WWDC18 keynote, its first beta version is already in the hands of developers and the final public version should be released to everyone in mid / late September. As we reported, not all Macs running macOS High Sierra will be compatible with Mojave.
Without further ado, let's get to the news!
Check out some images of the awaited Dark Mode (Dark Mode).
Sticky notes (Reminders):
Mac App Store
The new store, in all its glory:
The macOS Software Update is no longer within the Mac App Store and has returned to appear separately in System Preferences:
Favicons on Safari
Finally, my friends. Finally!
Check out the new apps that landed on macOS as a result of the Project Marzipan.
Voice recorder (Voice Memos):
It is now possible to choose the accent color for the system as a whole, something important due to the arrival of Dark Mode:
Show recent in the Dock
With this option enabled, the Dock starts to highlight recently opened apps that are not fixed:
New login screen
It's not just sudden changes, but it has a slightly different look:
Goodbye, integration with social networks!
In System Preferences, there are no longer those integrations with Twitter, Facebook, Video, etc. they also no longer had a function:
The new way to view Finder files, which came to replace the old one Cover Flow, with the metadata beside:
In macOS 10.14 Mojave, there is an image that changes according to the time of day (day / night):
Put the files on the table (Desktop) is now much easier with these automatic / smart batteries:
Just like on iOS, now on macOS the captured image is there in the corner to be used / edited more easily:
?Insert from iPhone?
If you wanted to insert a photo in a document or even throw it on your desk (Desktop), there is now a Continuity feature for that, which bridges your computer to your iPhone:
Yes, it still exists:
DVD https://t.co/S0XXfbkCGv got updated! Now in / System / Library / CoreServices / Applications, version 6.0 is 64-bit, re-written with AppKit, supports Touch Bar! Also has a super boring icon (the optical disc icon) @stroughtonsmith @ismh @the_jannis @siracusa pic.twitter.com/yzdqbSUtMA
– Brendan Shanks (@realmrpippy) June 5, 2018
The DVD Player.app has been updated! Now in / System / Library / CoreServices / Applications, version 6.0 64 bits, rewritten with AppKit and supports Touch Bar! It also has a super boring cone (the optical disc cone) @stroughtonsmith @ismh @the_jannis @siracusa
OpenGL and OpenCL
Apple reported that it is still supporting OpenGL and OpenCL on macOS 10.14 Mojave but that, from now on, developers are expected to migrate once and for all to Metal 2. Although the decision is not surprising, some developers criticized Apple for the move, particularly thinking about the future of games on the Mac. That's because OpenGL is an open source platform, which simplifies the creation of games for Mac / PC at the same time as reported by MacRumors.
MacOS 10.14 Mojave is the latest version of Apple's desktop operating system to run 32-bit applications. Therefore, the system is already warning that developers try to update their applications.
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Remembering that we also already provide the official wallpaper of the system. ?