MacOS 10.14 leak reveals dark mode theme, Apple news app and Xcode 10

Apple shared a preview video of the Xcode on the API that the Mac App Store uses behind-the-scenes was shared by the Steve Troughton Smith.

Just days ahead of the 2018 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicking off,  a big leak about the new MacOS has surfaced.

Apple MacBook Air. Pixabay.

Apple MacBook Air. Pixabay.

Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is scheduled to start from 4 June, to go on till 8 June. And with us just a day away from the event, a tweet by Developer Steve Troughton Smith has surfaced that claims to show off screenshots of the purported MacOS 10.14, along with a video, which apparently reveals new features of the OS and Xcode.

Along with showing off a fresh new dark theme on the Mac, the screenshots from the leakster also reveals a new Apple News app and the first look of Xcode 10.

Xcode is an integrated development environment (IDE) for MacOS, which helps developers in making new Apps on the platform. The Xcode 10 will be the latest version of the developer platform.

Apple shared a preview video of the Xcode on the API that the Mac App Store uses behind-the-scenes was shared by the Steve Troughton Smith with 9to5Mac. The report on the website also mentions that Apple might bring two new default wallpapers with the new MacOS 10.14.

Earlier reports suggest that Apple has been planning to integrate the MacOS and iOS. The integration will allow developers to make an app, which can be used on both the platforms.

Apple's WWDC event will be live streamed an can be watched online. Check the link to know when and where to watch the event. Apple is expected to bring new developments and you can also read what we expect from the conference by following the link.

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