New security, privacy features in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

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Released at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018, which opened in Silicon Valley Monday morning, iOS 12 introduces Siri Shortcuts, enabling Siri to work with any app and delivering a much faster way to get things done. The new Mac App Store includes editorials about the latest app updates.

Switching your Mac's theme from an overall white theme to something dark and gray is now possible thanks to Dark Mode.

As expected, macOS 10.14 introduced a system-wide dark mode.

"The latest version of the world's most advanced desktop operating system, with new features inspired by pros but designed for everyone".

And macOS Mojave will only support Apple Macs made from 2012. The new Stacks feature will display icons on top of each other, in piles. You can set Stacks to sort files based on date and tags as well.

Home app coming to Mac.

Other new features have also been added to the default macOS app Finder, but unless you're a photography nut, you won't really notice the new previewing and photo management features.

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iOS 12 will ensure better Augmented Reality (AR) experiences and new ways to communicate.

The new App Store Connect app notifies developers of new App Store reviews via push notifications, to which responses can be written using Resolution Center within the application.

Apple will be leading the way with this one, using a new framework to bring apps like News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and the Apple Home for HomeKit apps to the Mac. A streamlined workflow enables easy screenshot sharing without cluttering the desktop.

Apple said Safari will now ask users by default if they want a site to send them cookies, and macOS will make it more hard for data companies to create an online fingerprint of a user's machine.

Without exiting Quick Look, users will be able to mark up documents by adding a signature, for example, or do slight photo and video edits.

Apps will now ask if you want to give them specific permissions and Safari can block social network tracking. Safari also presents each Mac in a simplified way, so that when users browse the webs, all Macs look the same. The Mac App Store has also been updated with the same experience as iOS, which features rich editorial content to discover the right Mac app, while tabs such as Create, Work, Play and Develop helps users to find the app for specific objective. Here are the major new features you can expect when it becomes available this fall (before then you can get the public beta come July).

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