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macOS Sequoia will mean I’ll delete some of my most loved apps

Thanks to macOS Sequoia, I can get some of the favourite features I use third-party apps for built-in. It's all about user experience

macOS 15

Apple just held its WWDC 2024 developers conference. At the event, the Cupertino tech giant unveiled all of its new software coming later this year. iOS 18 was the biggest announcement, alongside all of Apple’s new AI features through Apple Intelligence. But macOS also got some big new changes. macOS 15 is called Sequoia, and crams in a bunch of new features.

Continuity gets even more “magical.” A new iPhone Mirroring feature lets you see what’s on your iPhone, even if it’s nowhere near. It lives in the dock with a new icon now. You can completely interact with the apps on your device, including your notifications. That’s right – you can now receive and interact with your iPhone notifications on Mac. Your iPhone stays locked the entire time, and even works with StandBy.

When you drag a window to the edge of the screen, macOS now suggests a tile position – a la Windows. When on video calls, Presenter Preview gives you a heads-up about what you’re about to screen share. macOS also crams in a bunch of backgrounds that can sit behind you, so you don’t need to use each app’s. Keychain has evolved to a new dedicated Passwords app, which syncs all your iCloud Passwords and verification codes.

Passwords app on macOS Sequoia

Safari offers “everything you need to feel at home,” Apple reckons. When you’re on a site, Safari will show you more about the page via Highlights, which uses AI to pick out important information. Reader Mode now includes a table of contents, and summary – both powered by AI. Videos now automatically move to Picture-in-Picture when you click away. Apple Pay now works with third-party browsers, too.

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Connor is a writer for Stuff, working across the magazine and the Stuff.tv website. He has been writing for around seven years now, with writing across the web and in print too. Connor has experience on most major platforms, though does hold a place in his heart for macOS, iOS/iPadOS, electric vehicles, and smartphone tech. Just like everyone else around here, he’s a fan of gadgets of all sorts! Aside from writing, Connor is involved in the startup scene. This exciting involvement puts him at the front of new and exciting tech, always on the lookout for innovating products.

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