macOS Mojave developer beta 3 is now available for testing. As always, we’ll dig through the latest beta version and highlight all the changes between the first beta and the latest beta below.
macOS Mojave includes a system-wide dark mode; a new dynamic desktop wallpaper type; Stacks for organizing files on your desktop; a new Gallery view and Quick Actions in Finder; more actions available in Quick Look; new screenshot and screen recording features; Continuity Camera for snapping photos on iPhone for use on Mac; News, Stocks, Home, and Voice Memos apps; a new Mac App Store; and much more.
In beta 2, we saw these changes:
- Mac App Store can now be narrower now, ideal for smaller displays
- Maps now uses dark map in Dark Mode
For a comprehensive look at all of the changes in the first macOS Mojave beta, sit back and watch Jeff Benjamin’s 21 minute long look at 50+ new features in watchOS 5 on YouTube.com/9to5Mac:
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