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This week, Apple announced the next version of the Mac operating system, macOS Mojave, will feature a system-wide “dark mode” for the first time.
Developers and Apple fans love the new dark mode, but what really needs a true system-wide dark mode is iOS.
This week, Apple finally gave Mac developers and customers something they’ve been wanting for ages: a true “dark mode” for the Mac operating system, macOS.
MacOS Mojave, coming later this year, will include a true dark mode for the first time.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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