These are the top five best Menubar apps for your Mac

Menubar apps are the unsung heroes of your Mac. After a decade of trying just about everything that’s come down the pipeline, AppleInsider tells you about the very best ones ranging from tools you use every day to once in a blue moon lifesavers.
Source: macinsider

Apple distributes second macOS 10.14 Mojave public beta for testing

Arriving the day after the second iOS 12 public beta, Apple made the second macOS 10.14 Mojave public beta available to download for testing on Friday, with beta participants able to update the first beta installed on their Mac to the new release.
Source: macinsider

For space grey MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Mojave Dark Mode is the new Aqua

While Apple’s new MacOS Mojave is designed to support a long tail of older Macs (dating back as far as 2010) it’s particularly a treat when used on new machines. In particular, its new Dark Mode is ideal on a space grey MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
Source: macinsider

First look at Apple's new multiuser FaceTime 5.0 for macOS Mojave

After seven years of being a purely one-to-one video connection, FaceTime has been redesigned to support calls with up to 32 participants, which can include clients using macOS Mojave, iOS 12 or even watchOS 5 Apple Watch users via FaceTime audio.
Source: macinsider

Apple rolls out first public beta of macOS 10.14 Mojave

Apple has released its first beta of macOS 10.14 Mojave for testing by the public, one day after similar releases for iOS 12 and tvOS 12, giving Mac users prepared to install the beta their first taste of the upcoming operating system update.
Source: macinsider

A year with MacBook Pro: reviewing Apple's 2017 pro laptop models

Apple was rumored to refresh its MacBook line at WWDC 2018, but with the event come and gone with nary an announcement to be heard, we know we have to wait a bit longer for new hardware. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at how our 2017 MacBook Pros have fared over the past 12 months.
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Video: How to password protect your data using disk images in macOS

Practically everyone has files or a folder that they keep on their Mac that they don’t want anyone else to access. Today, AppleInsider walks you through the steps to keep your files secure by turning a folder into an encrypted, password-protected disk image.
Source: macinsider

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