Apple has officially announced that macOS Mojave will be rolling out September 24 on Mac App Store. Users of all computers and laptops that support the new version can download it for free.
The company hasn't revealed any additional new features in macOS Mojave. Here's what to expect from the update:
- Dark Mode: Apple has finally added full dark mode to macOS. It works in programs, including Apple Music, in the main menu and other elements of the system.
- Dynamic Wallpaper: The wallpaper will change throughout the day depending on the time of day.
- Sorting: Files and folders on the desktop will be automatically sorted for easy use.
- Updated Finder: Finder has received several improvements, including a new gallery. You can now also view EXIF data right in the Finder.
- Updated Quick Look: Quick Look now supports Markup tools.
- Camera Sync: Apple Improved camera sync in macOS Mojave. Now any program that can use the camera can also activate your camera iPhone. For example, if you need to add a selfie to a collage that you are editing on your computer, you can use the new feature to quickly take a photo at iPhone. This photo will immediately appear on macOS ..
- News, Promotions, etc.: Apple added News, Promotions and Dictaphone to Mac.
- Security Improvements: Apple Improved the security of sensitive data in macOS Mojave. Now each program will need to ask you for permission to use your location, microphone, message history, iTunes copies, system cookies, etc.
It is worth noting that group FaceTime calls will not be released immediately, but with a subsequent update to macOS Mojave.