Dynamic wallpapers are about to change the look of your Mac once Mojave launches to the public, but you don’t have to wait until this fall to get that new new right now.
The first beta build of Mojave includes 16 variations of the same majestic sand dune Apple showed off at WWDC 2018. Instead of installing the beta though, you can download them below.
macOS Mojave also brings the long-awaited dark mode to the Mac, giving users an inverted color scheme. Black and dark grey windows replace white ones which should be good for photographers and creatives since it allows images and files to stand out more.
Apple also added a number of new UI changes and features as part of the huge update. Developers can already download the first beta to begin testing, but it won’t launch to the public until this fall.