A flurry of information has come out of Apple’s HQ in California today as the company unveiled new smartphones and a new smartwatch. Apple has launched three new iPhones today in addition to a brand new Apple Watch. It has also confirmed when the next major update for its wearable devices – watchOS 5 – will be released. The company has now confirmed when the next major update for Macs will be out.

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Like watchOS 5, macOS Mojave was also detailed earlier this year at the company’s annual developers’ event. Apple later released a public beta of macOS Mojave in June this year. Mojave brings a handful of new features to the platform such as a dark mode, improved organization options for files, a revamped Mac App Store, and improved native apps.

The company has added new security controls as well so that users can better control the permissions that apps get on the system. Apple will also allow users to natively block social networks such as Facebook from tracking them online through like buttons when they’re browsing in Safari.

Apple has confirmed today that it’s going to release macOS Mojave on September 24th. It will be available as a free download on all supported devices come September 24th.

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