Additionally, an Apple News app icon will be visible and accessible in the dock, while the App Store will begin to feature video previews similar to the iOS. Coming direct from Apple's servers, this leak is something of a rarity as it gives a glimpse of what's coming up in macOS pretty much direct from the horse's mouth.
The images leaked also show the Apple News icon in the dock, tipping Apple's hand on porting that well-designed iOS app to macOS. 9to5Mac speculates that this means iOS 11's App Store redesign is spreading to MacOS with 10.14. With that said, perhaps the most striking visual giveaway is the fact that the platform is clearly sporting a very distinctive dark mode which appears to be present across the whole system. And it is advising that macOS 10.14 may highlight a systemwide dark mode.
Here's a closer look at the new dark UI chrome. Nonetheless, the new leaked build shows off a dark mode for a newer version of Xcode (10).
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Based on the screenshots, it appears that Apple is introducing APIs so that first- and third-party applications can switch to a true dark mode as well. For now, look at the images and videos and get yourself prepped for the official announcement. However, this forthcoming update will seemingly offer a system-wide feature.
The desktop environment possibly is a picture of the Mojave Desert in California through the night, suggesting at a macOS Mojave sign for the succeeding version. The report on the website also mentions that Apple might bring two new default wallpapers with the new MacOS 10.14. We'll be doing extensive coverage of the same, so stay tuned!