Dark Mode is a dramatic new look that helps you focus on your work.
The subtle colours and fine points of your content take centre screen as toolbars and menus recede into the background. Switch it on in System Preferences to create a beautiful, distraction-free working environment that’s easy on the eyes — in every way.
Dark Mode works with built-in apps that come with your Mac, and third-party apps can adopt it too.
Choose what works best for you — the familiar light appearance or the new Dark Mode.
Customise your work environment with a time-shifting desktop picture that changes to match the time of day wherever you are. Your Mac is now an even more beautiful place, all day long.
Stacks clean up a cluttered desktop by automatically organising your files into related sets. Group by kind to see images, documents, spreadsheets, PDFs and more sort themselves. Arrange by date to group your work from certain time periods.
And if you tag files with project-specific metadata, like client names, sorting by stacks becomes a powerful way to manage multiple jobs. Browse all the files in a stack by scrubbing over it with your cursor. Or click to expand the stack and open what you need.
With macOS Mojave, you can jump on a FaceTime call with up to 32 people. Invite anyone to join a call anytime it’s in progress. And the same call can include both audio and video callers. So you and your friends or colleagues are able to connect using whatever device is closest at hand — Mac, iPhone, iPad, even Apple Watch.
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Coming this autumn