iOS 12, MacOS Mojave and Group FaceTime: Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2018
Here's the lowdown on all the new features you'll be seeing in your Apple devices.
Lori GruninSenior Editor / Advice
I've been reviewing hardware and software, devising testing methodology and handed out buying advice for what seems like forever; I'm currently absorbed by computers and gaming hardware, but previously spent many years concentrating on cameras. I've also volunteered with a cat rescue for over 15 years doing adoptions, designing marketing materials, managing volunteers and, of course, photographing cats.
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Last year Apple announced High Sierra, operating system for
, a predominantly under-the-hood update to MacOS intended to lay the groundwork for the updated version, dubbed "Mojave," we've seen today.
A new dark mode because it's about time, and dynamic desktop where it changes with time of day.
Automatically created Desktop Stacks for your icon-cluttered desktop with video-thumbnail-like scrubbing.
Finder finally gets a gallery view that's more photo-friendly with support for related Automator actions.
Quicklook integrates document markup, video trimming and more.
Faster screenshot annotation and HUD for screenshot options, plus screen capture for video.
Continuity Camera lets you shoot photos, pictures of documents and video directly into current document.
Apple News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home come to the Mac.
Mobile-like security opt-ins for camera, mic, backups and more.