Desktop Stacks is a new feature that's aimed at helping you manage desktop clutter on MacOS.
If you're looking to update macOS 10.14 Mojave you'll notice that the Software Update tool is no longer where it once was.
Gaming in Mojave should be faster (up to 20x, Apple says) and graphics more handsome, and developers will welcome the speed improvements in machine learning models.
First of all, and most obviously Apple is finally implementing a dark mode on in this release. Last but not least, the Mac App Store is getting a redesign.
A screenshot of Apple's upcoming app Screen Time for iOS 12. Now the company is thinking about granting permission for free trials of apps and game on Apple App store. Not anymore - in Mojave, apps like Finder, iTunes and even Xcode, will have a dark interface option. Again, it's just like Voice Memos on iPhone and iPad, but on Mac. Mojave also comes with a new way to declutter files by using "stacks", which are essentially automatic groupings of files types, as well as items with specific dates and other tags. Safari will also help create and renew strong passwords. For example, if an image is selected, you can easily manipulate it or access markup tools.
If you're not a fan of the new aesthetic, you'll be able toggle between a light and dark mode.
Click "Take Photo", and your iPhone will instantly detect it, wake up, and enter Camera mode.
As for developers who are part of the Apple Developer Program, a preview is available beginning 6 June while a public beta program will be available to Mac users in late June. And Apple has started to do this with its own apps. Developers will have access to the new SDK to port their iOS apps to the Mac in 2019, and Apple will make it easy to make iOS apps feel natural on the Mac with keyboard and mouse inputs, windows that can be resized, scrolling, and support for various display sizes.
After four mountainous macOS releases, Apple has left the high road and entered the desert.
The updated version, High Sierra 10.13.5, includes an array of bug fixes, from an out-of-bounds read issue that enabled the disclosure of kernel memory (CVE-2018-4253) for local users, to an injection issue in Messages enabling a local user to conduct "impersonation attacks" (CVE-2018-4235).
Which Macs will run MacOS Mojave?
That is definitely going to be helpful for many people. For these tasks, you will not have to open a separate app or switch to another interface. During a full scan with CleanMyMac, the average user finds about 74 GB of junk to clear out. The stock is also higher in pre-market activity.