Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave Beta 1 publicly

Recently Apple presented a new version of its operating system for computers, and immediately after that released its first beta version for developers.


Now Apple has officially released the first public beta of macOS 10.14 Mojave. To download the update, public beta testers just need to go to the Mac App Store on the Updates tab. If you are not registered in the beta testing program, you can do so here.

The following are the major changes to macOS Mojave.

  • Dark Mode: Apple has finally added a full dark mode to macOS. It is now active in programs, including Apple Music, top menu and other system elements.
  • Dynamic Wallpaper: Standard wallpapers now change based on the time of day.
  • Desktop Stacks: This feature will help keep your files organized. It allows you to quickly sort them according to different characteristics, and all this is automatic.
  • Finder Updates: The Finder has been enhanced to allow you to view data in a gallery. In addition, EXIF ​​files can be opened.
  • Quick Look Updates: Quick Look has new Markup tools.
  • Continuity Camera: Apple improved Continuity by adding Continuity Camera. Any program on macOS that requires access to the camera can also interact with the camera at iPhone. For example, if you need to add a selfie to the photo you are currently editing, you can use the Continuity Camera function to open the camera iPhone and take a photo. After that, the photo will immediately appear in the macOS program.
  • News, Promotions & More: Apple has finally added News, Promotions and Voice Recorder apps to Mac.
  • Security Improvements: Apple has paid a lot of attention to the security of sensitive user data. Now each program will have to separately request permission to access your location, microphone, message history, iTunes copies, system cookies, etc.

The update contains many more new features and changes, which you can read in detail about here, and these were only the main ones.

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