With the release of Yosemite in 2014, Apple added a Dark mode to the OS. The mode, however, felt half baked as it only changed the color scheme of the Dock and menubar to black, with other system apps being left out.
OS X 10.12
Over the last couple of years, Apple has switched to a yearly release cycle for OS X. Just like with iOS, Apple makes modest but noticeable changes to the OS to improve its functionality. While El Capitan brought about some major speed and stability improvements, along with new multitasking features, the update was light in terms of new features.
Apple could be developing a way for iPhone owners to add a bit more security to their Mac, thanks to their iPhone.
Siri has become a tentpole feature for iOS-based devices, one of the many built-in features meant to help owners when they need it.
According to Mac Otakara, Apple is working on enhancing the Photos app for OS X 10.12 and iOS 10, though it fails to provide any details on the features that the company is working on bringing to the app.
While OS X 10.11.4 is still in its beta stages, looking ahead has some promising new features lined up, if a new report is to be believed.