Apple has released macOS Mojave, the latest version of its Mac operating system, bringing with it a new Dark Mode along with paving the way for iOS app support. The update, which is free to existing Mac users, also offers a new Dynamic Desktop feature along with Stacks, which promises to help tidy up your digital workspace.
It’s Dark Mode which will be the most obvious change, of course. The new dark color scheme is optional, an alternative to the usual light color scheme familiar from earlier iterations of macOS. It’s designed to be easier on the user’s eyes, particularly when they’re working in low-light conditions.
Dark Mode is supported across all of Apple’s native Mac apps, such as Mail, Maps, Calendar, and Photos. However, it’ll be up to third-party developers to enable support for their software, if they so choose.
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