Apple itself has leaked a first look of macOS 10.14 ahead of WWDC, including a redesigned Xcode, an Apple News app, and new Mac App Store video previews. The software designer Steve Throughton Smith himself leaked some insights through a tweet on Twitter.
Previously there was no dark mode for real and just included the viewing of screen on a dimmer setting, however in the update the entire UI is dull, with white text and iconography. The toolbar along the base additionally has another, darker tint, conceivably semi-misty giving the foundation a chance for the image to appear on the other side. There is additionally an outlined dark recycle bin symbol, however the majority of the others look unaltered.
Comparatively evident is another dark mode subject to Xcode, conceivably alluding to a more widespread “dull mode” on the Mac. Right now, neither iOS or macOS has a “genuine” dark mode. On the Mac, the menu banish can be transformed from a light to dark appearance, and on iOS, a feature known as Smart Invert can to some degree emulate the target.
Likewise indicated is the thing that has all the earmarks of being one of the new default framework backdrops, demonstrating sand hills under a starry night sky. One of the conceivable names that has been recommended for macOS 10.14 has been Mojave, and this could be an indication this is the place Apple will go following High Sierra.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Xcode 10 on macOS 10.14. Dark Appearance, Apple News, App Store w/ video previews pic.twitter.com/rJlDy81W4W
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 2, 2018
Additionally underneath the recently composed Xcode, we see an icon we haven’t seen on the Mac: News. The News application is advancing toward the Mac is nothing unexpected as it is doing great on iOS. It was dependably a hindrance for the Mac users when an Apple News story was inaccessible on a Mac although the stories could be shared on social media apps and also through text messages but were bound to be accessed through iOS.
A guide has been distributed by AppleInsider regarding what other features one can expect from the update which will be released at 10 a.m. PDT.