With all the iPhone and iOS news of the past few weeks, you’d (almost) be forgiven if you didn’t notice that today Apple released a major update for that other little platform they support: the Mac. I found Jason Snell’s writeup at Six Colors to be insightful:
macOS Mojave is an update that straddles the line between past and future. It feels very much like the first era of Mac OS X has drawn to a close. What comes next will almost certainly be informed by the success of iOS and powered by apps that got their start on that platform. It’s entirely possible that in five years, Macs will have touchscreens and run on Apple-designed processors. Whatever the details, the Mac has begun to turn into whatever it will be for the next phase of its life.