Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave out into the public earlier today, but a newly discovered bypass flaw in the desktop software has already been discovered.
Last week, a report detailed how one of the top paid utility apps on the Mac App Store was quietly stealing the browser history of its users and uploading it to a server in China. Apple was soon to remove the app from the Mac App Store as soon as the news broke but as it turns out, there are more apps on the App Store indulging in the same tactics.
With a bunch of video and audio formats available nowadays, there are certain formats that are not supported on Mac or other devices. In such cases, the best solution is to convert the file to a format that is supported by the device. If you’re into video editing, then you’ll find yourself converting files on a regular basis.
Apple’s macOS has a neat feature known as “Quick Look” allowing you to preview an image by tapping the space bar. This feature works even when you’re using an external storage drive on your Mac. It has now come to light that the system stores caches of these thumbnails even after a storage drive is unmounted, raising serious security concerns.
Apple has specific security tools in place to keep users safe from malicious apps, which is an ever-evolving and ongoing effort.
For the first time in quite a few years, Apple seemed to have given some attention to macOS with plenty of new features and changes coming to macOS 10.14 Mojave. With High Sierra focusing on performance, it was time that the next release of the OS introduced some major new features to the table.
Alongside iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12, Apple also released macOS 10.14 called Mojave. The highlight of the update is that it comes with a new dark mode — a feature which macOS users had been asking for a long time.
Breaking News: Leaked macOS 10.4 Video Reveals Dark Mode, Xcode 10, Video Previews for App Store and More
Ahead of WWDC 2018, a video has been discovered on Apple’s server which reveals some of the key new features of macOS 10.14. The video shows macOS 10.14 running Xcode 10, Apple News app, and video previews in the Mac App Store.
Apple has been sticking with very distinctive names for macOS for a bit of time now, taking recognizable names from the natural world in California.
With iOS 11 last year, Apple gave the iOS App Store a major redesign. It was the biggest update to the App Store since its inception. Apart from the revamp, Apple also cleaned the store by removing hundreds of thousands of apps from the store. The move paid off as app discovery and downloads have reportedly increased by a significant margin. Now, it looks like Apple is planning on doing the same with the Mac App Store.