Hands-on: 50+ new macOS Mojave changes and features [Video]

Over the last week we’ve spent time exploring macOS 10.14 Mojave and comparing it with macOS 10.13 High Sierra in order to see what’s changed. Have a look at our hands-on video as we walk through over 50 new changes and features that are headed to the Mac.








  • Updated Lock screen
  • Dark Mode
  • Dynamic Desktop
  • New wallpaper
  • New Screen shot controls
  • Enhanced App Permissions
    • Apple News
    • Stocks
    • Home
    • Voice Memos
    • Mac App Store (complete redesign)

    • Continuity Camera
    • Stacks
    • Stacks – Scrubbing
    • Stacks – Group Stacks
    • Stacks – Sort Stacks
    • Gallery View
    • Complete Metadata
    • Show Preview Options
    • Quick Actions
    • Enhanced Quick Look
    • New + button when hovering tags
    • Add a new folder with a single file
    • Preferences → Sidebar – New iCloud section for iCloud Drive
    • Preferences → Sidebar – “Devices” and “Shared” are now combined as “Locations”
    • Advanced – New Keep folders on top On Desktop
      • Preferences →  Viewing → Use dark backgrounds for messages
      • Stationary pane button removed in composition toolbar
      • Additional photo browser options
      • New Emoji & Symbols button
        • Favicons in Safari
        • Automatic Strong Passwords
          • Updated FaceTime icon
          • Updated FaceTime interface combines audio/video
          • New All / Missed buttons
          • New Audio / Video button to initiate call
          • Group FaceTime
            • HomeKit support
            • Ask Siri for passwords
              • Redesigned accounts page
              • Removed Add a Jabber Account
              • Removed Default IM Application option in preferences
              • Window → File Transfers option removed
              • File → Go to chat room option removed
                • iBooks now Books
                • DVD player updated
                • Automator – Third Party Actions
                • Disk Utility – new Volume buttons
                  • New Software Update button
                  • Redesigned Users & Groups button
                  • General – 6 New accent colors
                  • Dock – Show recents in Dock
                  • Mission Control – new Lock Screen Hot Corner option
                  • Notifications – Show notification preview option
                  • iCloud – News, Stock, and Home settings
                  • Internet Accounts – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Flickr removed
                  • Extensions – Removed share widgets for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Flickr
                  • Users & Groups – Use VoiceOver in Login Window removed in favor of Accessibility Options
                  • Siri – New Irish and South African female voices

                  What are your favorite macOS Mojave changes and features? Sound off in the comments below with your thoughts.

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