Apple unveiled its newest Mac operating system, Mac OS 11.14 Mojave, at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. Ever since the company revealed MacOS Mojave, there has been a lot of shots and curiosity about this new version. Apple has recently released the first stable version of Mojave for the public.
MacOS Mojave is a free update for Mac users, and comes with dozens of new features. It also marks the most visually striking Mac OS upgrade in recent years, and comes with universal dark mode. Mojave comes with a number of useful upgrades and features that will increase the productivity of many.
Here's MacOS Mojave's best business-friendly features to look for.
MacOS Mojave dark mode
First and foremost, in the list of top features is dark mode. Although this feature is not one of the business upgrades in MacOS, it is one of the most sought-after features, leading to the popularity of the operating system even before public release. Most Mac users are expected to have a completely black interface in Mac OS. Mojave delivers this in the form of dark mode, where each screen element and entire interface, including almost all standard apps, such as App Store, Mail, Calendar and Photos, come with a black tint.