macOS 10.14 getting dark mode, Apple News, and possibly cross-device apps

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It looks as if dark mode will apply to everything from the dock to the trash can to applications that you might be working with.

It’s June, so we all know what that means. Apple’s WWDC keynote is coming up and something new will be talked about whether it’s a new product or some small update to macOS, iOS, or WatchOS. Either way, something new will be announced and all eyes will be on Apple.

Ahead of WWDC, we know that a new dark mode feature will be added to macOS 10.14 thanks to developer Steve Troughton-Smith who posted a tweet on Twitter showing off some new features with Xcode 10. From the tweet, it looks as if dark mode will apply to everything from the dock to the trash can to applications that you might be working with. From the screenshots that Troughton-Smith posted, you can see this will be a more “true” dark mode than what it has currently been over the past few years.

Other additions to the 10.14 update see Apple looking to add in an Apple News application for desktop. There will be video previews of apps in the App Store for macOS plus a redesigned UI like iOS had back in September of 2017. Other rumors that are circulating the web is that Apple could be coming out with some applications that will work across desktop and mobile devices.

It would be nice to see a dark mode on every desktop OS out there, so Apple adding this dark mode option in their macOS is a nice addition that some people will like.

With WWDC a few days away, what do you guys think about a new dark mode on macOS? What else do you think Apple will talk about at the keynote? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: techcrunch

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