The beta for the latest macOS update hinted that Apple might be launching a magazine subscription service. The company formally unveiled Apple News+ yesterday, its very own magazine subscription service. It would obviously be rolling it out on the Mac. Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14.4 which brings support for Apple News+.
There are some other improvements included in this update as well. It brings Dark Mode support in Safari for websites that support custom color schemes and also streamlines website login when filling credentials with Password Autofill. Websites will only be able to show push notification prompts once the user has interacted with them.
With macOS Mojave 10.14.4, users also get support for the new second-generation AirPods. iTunes has been updated to show more editorial highlights on a single page in the Browse tab so that it’s easier for users to discover new content.
Maps will now show the Air Quality Index for the United States, the United Kingdom, and India. This update improves the quality of audio recordings in messages, supports real-time text for phone calls made through a nearby iPhone on Mac, resolves Wi-Fi connection issues that could occur after upgrading to macOS Mojave, and corrects the default screen brightness for the MacBook Air amid other tweaks.