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MacOS Mojave includes two desert-themed wallpapers, download here

4 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Apple unveiled macOS Mojave on Monday, and included in the new desert-themed OS update are three new wallpapers. Mojave Day for light mode, Mojave Night for the brand new dark mode, and a special dynamic version...
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Apple Introduces macOS Mojave With Dark Mode, Desktop Stacks, Redesigned App Store, And More

Apple Introduces macOS Mojave With Dark Mode, Desktop Stacks, Redesigned App Store, And More

4 monthes ago   |   By App Advice

Apple introduced new versions to all four of their operating systems today, concluding with macOS.
The new version is macOS 10.14 known as macOS Mojave to continue the naming scheme of California landmarks. The macOS Mojave update has a number of new features including Dark Mode, Desktop Stacks, a redesigned Mac App Store, and more. The Dark Mode is designed to impact almost every part of the OS including the windows, files, dock, UI, top bar, and even the desktop. Speaking of which, the Dark Mode includes support for dynamic desktops that change the appearance of the operating system and...
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Game Devs Express New Fears Over Future of Mac Gaming as Apple Deprecates OpenGL and OpenCL in macOS Mojave

Game Devs Express New Fears Over Future of Mac Gaming as Apple Deprecates OpenGL and OpenCL in macOS Mojave

4 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Yesterday at WWDC 2018, Apple revealed macOS Mojave, which is set to bring users a Dark Mode, redesigned Mac App Store, organizable Stacks, streamlined screenshots, and more when it launches wide in the fall. Alongside the new features, Apple has confirmed that it is deprecating OpenGL and OpenCL in favor of Metal.
This means that apps built using OpenGL and OpenCL will still run in Mojave, but they will no longer be updated after macOS 10.14 launches. Apple encourages games and "graphics-intensive apps" built with OpenGL to adopt Metal ahead of Mojave's launch, and apps that use OpenCL...
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How to Learn Which Apps Will Stop Working on Your Mac When 32-Bit Support Ends

How to Learn Which Apps Will Stop Working on Your Mac When 32-Bit Support Ends

4 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple has begun the process of phasing out 32-bit applications on Macs , which is why many users who upgraded to macOS 10.13.4 or later will have come across the following warning message the first time they launch certain older apps.
This is the first of many warnings Apple plans to provide as it works to put an end to 32-bit apps on the Mac, as it did on iOS devices with the release of iOS 11. Apple has confirmed that macOS 10.14 Mojave, set for public release in the fall, will be the last version of macOS to allow 32-bit apps to run, but it will include more "aggressive" warnings about...
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Apple's new tvOS 12 Introduced At WWDC

Apple's new tvOS 12 Introduced At WWDC

4 monthes ago   |   By Geeky Gadgets

Apple has introduced the next major version of their tvOS at WWDC 2018, Apple tvOS 12. The new software will bring a range of new features to the Apple TV. The software will bring support for Dolby Atmos audio to the new Apple TV 4K plus a range of other features. Apple TV 4K has...
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Apple Confirms Mojave is the Last macOS Release to Support 32-Bit Apps

Apple Confirms Mojave is the Last macOS Release to Support 32-Bit Apps

4 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

As expected, Apple confirmed yesterday during its WWDC keynote that macOS 10.14 Mojave will be the last version of macOS to support legacy 32-bit apps.
Apple commenced its plan to begin phasing out 32-bit apps on Macs in macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. When a 32-bit app is opened in High Sierra, users get a warning about its future incompatibility with the macOS operating system.
Likewise, when opening 32-bit apps in macOS 10.14 Mojave , users are shown a dialog box with a similar message telling them that "This app will not work with future versions of macOS". Clicking "OK" on the prompt then...
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