Simply powerful. Using a Mac has always inspired great work. Now macOS Mojave brings new features inspired by its most powerful users, but designed for everyone. Stay better focused on your work in Dark Mode. Automatically organize files using Stacks. Take more kinds of screenshots with less effort. Try four handy new built-in apps, and discover great new ones in the redesigned Mac App Store. Now you can get more out of every click. Dark Mode Put your best work forward. Dark Mode is a dramatic new look that helps you focus on your work. The subtle colors and fine points of your content take center 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. Finder Messages Keynote Safari Calendar Xcode Choose what works best for you -- the familiar light appearance or the new Dark Mode. Dynamic Desktop A desktop whose time has come. Customize 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. Slide to see how the Dynamic Desktop changes throughout the day. Stacks A really neat way to manage files. Stacks clean up a cluttered desktop by automatically organizing 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. Finder New ways to view. More ways to do. With macOS Mojave, the Finder becomes even more of a doer. Now you can quickly locate a file by how it looks. Perform go-to actions on files without ever opening an app. And instantly see all of a file's metadata. Gallery View With Gallery View, you can scroll through big previews of your files to visually identify the one you're looking for. So finding that image of the smiling girl by the Ferris wheel or the PDF with a colorful pie chart has never been faster. Quick Actions With Quick Actions in the Preview pane, you can work on files right from the Finder. Rotate images, password-protect documents, trim video, and more -- without having to open an app or rename and save your file. You can even work on multiple files at once, or assign an Automator task as a Quick Action. Complete Metadata Metadata provides the key details of any file. Now the Preview pane can display all of a file's metadata, or you can customize it to show just the metadata you want to see. So if you're looking for a specific image, you can quickly confirm the camera model, aperture, exposure, and more. Quick Look Work on a file without even opening it. Now a tap of your space bar provides more than just a quick look at a file. It gives you the power to perform actions specific to the kind of file you're viewing -- without ever launching an app. So you can mark up a PDF, rotate and crop an image, even trim audio and video. And when you're ready, you can share right from Quick Look, too. Mark up images and PDFs Crop images and PDFs Rotate images and PDFs Trim audio and video files Share via Mail, Messages, or AirDrop Screenshots Screenshots are now a snap. With macOS Mojave, all the controls you need to grab any type of screenshot are one simple shortcut away. An easy-to-use menu includes new screen-recording tools and options like setting a start timer, showing the cursor, and even customizing where you'd like to save your screenshots. Take a screenshot and a thumbnail of it animates to the corner of the screen. Leave it there to automatically save it to the destination you've chosen. Or click it to mark it up and share it right away -- without having to save a copy. It's more than easy; it's clutter-free. Continuity Camera Take a photo right to your Mac. Now you can use your iPhone to shoot a nearby object or scan a document and have it automatically appear on your Mac. Just choose Insert a Photo from the Edit menu. You can take a photo of something on your desk and instantly see it in your Pages document. Or scan a receipt, and a straightened version is immediately available in the Finder as a PDF. Continuity Camera works in Mail, Notes, Pages, Keynote, Numbers, and more. It's another way iPhone and Mac just click. FaceTime Add everyone to the conversation. 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. New Apps Ready for their big�???�??�?�¢??screen debut. Four apps people love on iOS are ready to shine with new Mac versions. You can read curated news, follow your stocks, record a lecture, or turn down the AC, all without leaving your desktop. News Stocks Home Voice Memos Get all the news that matters to you in one app. And your favorite topics, channels, and saved stories stay in sync between devices. So you can start reading something on your iPhone, then pick it up later on your Mac.* The Stocks app is the best way to track the market. Quickly view prices in the customizable watch list. Click a stock for in-depth details and interactive charts. And read about what's driving the market with stories sourced right from Apple News.* With the Home app, you can control your HomeKit-enabled accessories from the comfort of your Mac. Turn your lights on at home while putting the final touches on a presentation at work. Or check your baby monitor while editing a video. You can control it all simply by asking Siri. Voice Memos for Mac makes it easier than ever to capture personal reminders, class lectures, even interviews or song ideas. And with iCloud, you can access the voice memos you record with your iPhone right on your Mac. Mac App Store Powerful ways to discover are now in store. The reimagined Mac App Store arrives with a new look and exciting new editorial content. Delve into insightful stories, browse curated collections, even watch videos -- each designed to help you fine-tune your search for the perfect app. And it's all organized around the specific things you love to do on your Mac. Privacy and Security Committed to keeping your information yours. We're always working to protect your privacy and security. macOS Mojave goes further than ever with robust enhancements designed to keep control of your data and keep trackers off your trail. Better Control of Your Data Your information, your image, your voice -- they're yours and yours alone to share with apps. macOS Mojave requires apps to get your approval before accessing the camera or microphone on your Mac. The same goes for data like your Messages history and Mail database. Enhanced Tracking Prevention When you browse the web, the characteristics of your device can be used by advertisers to create a "fingerprint" to track you. Safari now thwarts this by only sharing a simplified system profile. And now improved Intelligent Tracking Prevention keeps social media Like buttons, Share buttons, or comment widgets from tracking you without your permission. We know you'll like that. Automatic Strong Passwords macOS Mojave works harder than ever to ensure that your passwords are secure. Safari automatically creates, autofills, and stores strong passwords for you. And it flags existing passwords that have been reused in Safari Preferences, so you can easily update them. Security has never been so user friendly. More features to help you do more on a Mac. View favicons in Safari tabs�???�??�?� -- Identify all your open websites with just a glance by enabling favicons in Safari Preferences. Easily add emoji in Mail�???�??�?� -- Compose more expressive email with a click of the new Emoji button. And when you select a message in your inbox, Mail can suggest the right mailbox to file it in. Ask even more of Siri -- Siri now controls HomeKit-enabled devices. It can help you find saved passwords. And Siri knows much more about food, celebrities, and motorsports. Mac is more fluent than ever --�???�??�?� macOS Mojave adds UK English, Australian English, Canadian French, and Traditional Chinese for Hong Kong language options; improved maps for China; romanized keyboard input for Japanese; and an Indian voice for English in Siri.
Operating System Macintosh