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New features from Apple

macOS 10.14.4 and iOS 12.2 isn’t just about fixing bugs and security issues. Install these updates to benefit from the improvements listed here. There are no big new features added in these releases, but they will make your Mac, iPhone and iPad even nicer to use. On your Mac, the reach of Dark Mode is extended beyond affecting just apps themselves.

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