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MacOS 10.14 screenshots leak before WWDC 2018

With just hours to go until the start of WWDC 2018, we can see that there has been a fairly big leak about some of the new MacOS 10.14 features that Apple will show off at the event.

Not for the first time, developer Steve Troughton-Smith is the source of these leaks as he’s managed to dig up some screenshots showing the new Xcode 10 in the flesh, as well as a new Dark theme for the upcoming new version of Mac.

Not only that, but he also uncovered something called Mac News which will be available to MacOS 10.14 users as a new app in the Dock. The Mac App Store is also going to be updated with video previews as well, so there’s some nice changes in store.

We think we speak on behalf of most though when saying that the new Dark mode could be well worth the wait and we’re looking forward to seeing Apple unveil it properly on Monday.

WWDC starts at 10am Pacific Time, so leave your last minute expectations below. Are you going to upgrade to MacOS 10 14 for that Dark Mode straight away?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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