The New And Redesigned macOS Mojave Has Arrived

The new macOS Mohave was introduced yesterday at the WWDC developer conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook began the presentation by saying “Today we’re excited to take Mac a huge leap forward.”

Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi started with dark mode. With a single setting, you can invert the colors of everything. Even the background of the Finder, Calendar or Photos is black, not just the Dock or menubar. Apple had to redo all the buttons and color schemed across the operating system.

In macOS Mohave, the wallpaper and desktop will adapt will adapt depending on the time of the day from morning to afternoon to night. Quick Look is also getting an upgrade with iOS-like markup. You can draw on a photo, trim a video and more from a Quick Look window. In the Screenshot tool, you can now record quick videos.

Most important changes are the addition of privacy protections on the Mac OS. In addition to location data and address book access, the company is adding camera, microphone, message history, backups and Safari data privacy popups. n Safari, the browser is going to block Facebook like buttons and prevent those widgets from loading third-party Javascripts.

You can find deatiled report of the macOS on Techcrunch.